Watch the condition New York Times v. Sullivan (1964)
Write 10 pages constitutional paltry, using 1.5 spacing
Rubric and requirements are below:
(1) Facts (1-2 pages): Who is the primary accuser and prisoner? What events direct to their debate? What relief is the accuser seeking: exhortation, equivalent, or twain? Why that relief?
(2) Arguments by the Parties (1-2 pages): What law or constitutional precedents (foregoing conditions) does the accuser use to demonstrate for its plane? What does the prisoner use to demonstrate for its plane?
(3) Constitutional Issues (1-2 pages): what are the constitutional issues that the justice must determine? The justice conquer usually recite these issues evidently as it begins his/her conviction?
(4) Sentence and Forced (1-2 pages): What is the sentence of the justice? For the accuser or prisoner? What is the forced by the justice for that sentence?
(5) Unarm-an (1-2 pages): What is the unarm-an for or intercourse to the conditions that we sift-canvassed in collocate? For almost all of these conditions, they were determined antecedently the conditions that we sift-canvassed in collocate. That is how I plant them, ha ha. So sift-canvass whether your condition was over-ruled or up-held by the bearing condition that we sift-canvassed in collocate?
(6) Learned or Enjoyed (1 page): What did you gather from this purpose? What did you most possess encircling doing this purpose?