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A case in which the Court found that a Minnesota law allowing public officials to censor printed news periodicals was unconstitutional under the First ...

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Near v. Minnesota (1931). Summary. This Landmark Supreme Court Cases and the Constitution eLesson focuses on the 1931 Supreme Court case Near v.

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Near v. Minnesota, 283 U.S. 697 (1931), is a landmark United States Supreme Court decision .... The case then returned to the Hennepin County District Court, and Near and Guilford renewed their objection to the .... The description of the proceedings after remand were found in the brief of the Minnesota attorney general to ...

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Justia Opinion Summary and Annotations ... Near v. Minnesota. No. 91. Argued January 30, 1931. Decided June 1, 1931 ... undoubtedly limitations upon the immunity from previous restraint of the press, but they are not applicable in this case.

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In the landmark Near v. Minnesota case, the Supreme Court considered the censorship of newspapers through legislation. This lesson discusses the...

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Apr 18, 2017 ... Case summary for Near v. Minnesota: Near was prevented from publishing “The Saturday Press” under a state statute which prevented the ...

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Minnesota (1931) fashioned the First Amendment doctrine opposing prior ... Near v. Minnesota (1931). By James C. Foster. Related cases in Freedom of the ...

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The case of Near v. Minnesota begins with a man named J.M. Near. This man was a resident of the state of Minnesota who published a newspaper called “The  ...

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This case helped the Supreme Court define freedom of the press and the concept of prior restraint. When Minneapolis newspaper editor Jay Near attacked local ...

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Near v. Minnesota (No. 91). Argued: January 30, 1931. Decided: June 1, 1931 .... The court is empowered, as in other cases of contempt, to punish disobedience ...