Four Justices Express Concern Over Possible Prayer Restrictions on Coach

Supreme Court Justices Alito, Thomas, Gorsuch and Kavanaugh joined what might be considered a noteworthy "Statement" about a U.S. Ninth Circuit case which was the subject of a request for appeal about a school employee's after-hours or off-campus religious activities.

Vendor’s First Amendment Tune Falls Flat

The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a First Amendment Free Speech claim by a company which wanted to have a presence at an annual “Band Night” so it could toot its own horn as a band instrument vendor to attract band parents and students as customers.

Court Finds First Amendment Violation With Official’s Use of Facebook Page

In a case of first impression to any Federal appellate court, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously held that a Loudoun County elected official’s Facebook page was a “public forum” and that the elected official, who was the Defendant in the case, violated the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States by temporarily blocking a member of the public from posting on her official Facebook page.