Unsure of exactly what it is that is being asked, however - - (in the US) Sedition is defined as the stirring up of rebellion against the government. Treason is the violation of allegiance to one's sovereign or state, giving aid to enemies, or levying war against one's state. Sedition is encouraging one's fellow citizens to rebel against their state, whereas treason is actually betraying one's country by aiding and abetting another state. Sedition laws somewhat equate to terrorism and so-called 'public order' laws.
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Urge people to overthrow the government.
Seditious speech is that which is anti-government and is treasonous. The Constitution protects free speech no matter the subject, unless the speech is meant to incite violence or overthrow of the government.
Tinker's write to free speech was upheld by the supreme court.
Do your history homework next time
FALSE! The Supreme Court has never upheld automatic expatration.
what are the supreme court decisions that have upheld free exercise of religion
Plessy v Ferguson
they had a baby
i think that the supreme court regulate the evidence against T.l.o purse that it was legal and not against the law to limit the supreme power against the 4th amendment supreme court made it clear that she had denial that she smoked and the search for cigarettes and rolling papers, a further search was reasonable. Because the search was reasonable, the supreme court admitted the evidence that had been used in the delinquency proceedings. it reversed the new jersey supreme court ruling and upheld T.L.O.'S sentence for delinquency.
Plessy V Ferguson
In 1971, the Minnesota State Supreme Court ruled against the right of same-sex couples to marry in Baker v. Nelson, a decision that was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1972.
Confinement in internment camps
It upheld the "separate but equal" doctrine.
Mistretta v. U.S.
In re kemmlr
In that case, the decisions of the circuit courts are upheld
In order to determine which of the following Supreme Court decisions upheld the congressional power of regulating interstate commerce, you would need to provide a list. More information would be needed.
The Supreme Court is responsible for signing off on laws made by Congress. It is also responsible for making sure the Constitution is being upheld.
Dickerson v. United States
Mistretta v. United States
Laws calling for aid to parochial school for secular purposes.
In the case of Zelman vs. Simmons-Harris, the Supreme Court upheld the use of tax-supported vouchers. This decision applied to those attending private or parochial schools.