Argumentation of the Case Involving Tinker and the Des Moines School District Over Freedom of Expression
Tinker vs. Des Moines
During the 15-year period that encompassed the Vietnam War, protests were at an all time high. Demonstrators marched outside public offices, government buildings and any other place they felt their voices would be heard. Often, the demonstrators were arrested and fined for violating the law. But on some occasions, the law was on the side of the protester.
This is true for several cases throughout history. One of the cases, Tinker vs. Des Moines, brought the Freedom of Speech amendment all the way to the Supreme Court. The Petitioners in this case were John Tinker, Christopher Eckhardt, and Mary Beth Tinker. At the time of the original trial, all three petitioners were students in the Des Moines School District and their ages were 15, 16, and 13 respectively.
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