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Edwards v. South Carolina protected people’s right to assemble and

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Craig Stewart on October 5, 2018

They had the right to freedom of expression and freedom of assemble. The police was there to disperse them, but instead of dispersing, it remained. The the court ruled in his favor saying that the arrest violated their rights under the The first Amendment that protected by the Fourteenth Amendment.


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