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Percy Julian, First Amendment lawyer, dies
By David L. Hudson Jr. Wisconsin attorney, called 'guru,' 'mentor' by colleagues, defended Vietnam protesters, protected prisoners' religious freedoms.
Federal court rejects council critic's First Amendment claims
By David L. Hudson Jr. Judge says Kirkwood, Mo., man didn't have right 'to voice repetitive, personal, virulent attacks against' city and its officials during public meetings.
9th Circuit panel rules against police officer who ran sex site
By David L. Hudson Jr. Ronald Dible argues unsuccessfully that he should not have been fired because he took pains on his Web site not to identify himself as a police officer.
'The Wire' examines Baltimore through prism of the press
By David L. Hudson Jr. HBO show, in final season, depicts a big-city newspaper's flaws, struggles, as well as its potential to help its community.
Indecency regulation: beyond broadcast?
By David L. Hudson Jr. Currently FCC can't restrict indecent content on cable or satellite services but some would like to change that.
Federal judge: State can prohibit profanity on public highways
By David L. Hudson Jr. Man who cursed at North Carolina police officers had argued that law was overbroad.