NO FREE-SPEECH RIGHTS FOR OFFICER WHO MADE EXPLICIT VIDEO City of San Diego v. Roe | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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NO FREE-SPEECH RIGHTS FOR OFFICER WHO MADE EXPLICIT VIDEO City of San Diego v. Roe

19 No. 11 ANEMPLR 7Andrews Employment Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

NO FREE-SPEECH RIGHTS FOR OFFICER WHO MADE EXPLICIT VIDEO City of San Diego v. Roe

19 No. 11 ANEMPLR 7Andrews Employment Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

19 No. 11 Andrews Employment Litig. Rep. 7
Andrews Employment Litigation Reporter
*1 December 21, 2004
Wrongful Termination
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NO FREE-SPEECH RIGHTS FOR OFFICER WHO MADE EXPLICIT VIDEO

City of San Diego v. Roe

A San Diego police officer did not enjoy free-speech rights protected by the Constitution when he made and then sold a sexually explicit video of himself, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled. In a per curiam opinion, the justices explained that because...
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