What are 3 exceptions to freedom of speech, the first amendment of the constitution?
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
Speech: You can't shout FIRE in a crowded theater, you can't slander or libel someone, you can't make threats or incite violence.
Press: Members of the press are ordered to reveal sources, can't release classified information, etc.
Assembly: Assemblies often require permits and must follow restrictions of distances and sizes based on applicable local, state and federal laws.
Religion: Religious expression can't take the form of hurting others or infringing on their rights.
Petition: Your petition for 'redress' must not contain threats that may incite the Secret Service, Capitol Police or Homeland Security.
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- Paul JacksonLv 79 years ago
Threats of violence are illegal.
Slander is illegal.
Conspiracy is illegal.
"Free speech means the right to shout 'theatre' in a crowded fire."