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JRN 4425 NUA First Amendment Rights in News Media Discussion

JRN 4425

Norwich University of the Arts

JRN

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I’m trying to study for my Law course and I need some help to understand this question.

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I will expect you to think critically about First Amendment rights as you develop these essays. Three cases will be presented after these instructions. You are to write your essay on only one of the cases for Essay 1. In the first paragraph, describe the dilemma you have, the situation you are in. In your essays, address the questions posed following the scenario, but make it all flow as though those questions are thoughts you have and know that they must be considered in arriving at a solution to your journalistic dilemma. Do not list the questions within your essay and then answer them individually. You must fully justify the path you choose. In other words, whether you choose a solution that is provided to you within the case scenario or another one you have come up with on your own, you must explain completely why you have made this choice. Refer to at least two previously decided cases (precedents) as partial support for your decision. Remember: The First Amendment is NOT a precedent. Do not start off writing the scenario as it appears in this assignment simply to add words to your essay. You must begin by briefly explaining the dilemma you are facing.

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Running head: CONTACT INFORMATION AND NAME

Contact Information and Name
Institution Affiliation
Course

1

CONTACT INFORMATION AND NAME

2

The Dilemma
As a reporter of a local newspaper, I am faced with the dilemma of whether to report
the happening of the accident in detail. I am not sure whether to publish all the reported facts
as my colleague reporters are pushing for, or whether to omit some sensitive information of
the accident scene.
Media and the FIRST AMENDMENT
The FIRST AMENDMENT to the constitution of the United States, grants the people
of America, freedom of the press, among other liberties such as freedom of speech. The
amendment prohibits Congress from making any law that would prevent the freedom of
speech and press freedom. It is important to note, however, that the freedom of the press is
not unconditional (McCormick, 1970). There have been limitations to this freedom by the
federal laws, and the restrictions abolish certain protections of the press freedom.
The limitations to freedom of press include character defamation limitation, classified
material limitation, and obscenity limitation. Publishing or airing defamatory publications
and news are not protected under the freedom of the press, and this was decided in the New
York Time...

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