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

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Near_v._Minnesota

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 description of the proceedings after remand were found in the brief of the Minnesota attorney general to the ...

https://www.mtsu.edu/first-amendment/article/504/near-v-minnesota

Near v. Minnesota (1931). By James C. Foster. Related cases in Freedom of the Press, Prior Restraint. The ...

https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/283/697/

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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Based on this rationale, the Supreme Court determined that the Minnesota Gag Law was unconstitutional because it prohibited a newspaper's right to exercise free ...

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Near v. Minnesota Case Brief - Rule of Law: The freedom of press is essential to the nature of a free state but that freedom may be restricted by the government ...

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Near v. Minnesota (1931). This case helped the Supreme Court define freedom of the press and the concept of prior restraint. When Minneapolis newspaper ...

https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/283/697

' The court is empowered, as in other cases of contempt, to punish disobedience to a temporary or permanent injunction by fine of not more than $1,000 or by ...

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MINNESOTA CASE. The First Amendment not only protects free speech, but it explicitly includes a guarantee of freedom of the press. Modern Press Clause ...