SYPNIEWSKI v. WARREN HILLS REG'L BD. OF EDUC., 01-3542
A public school's racial harassment policy did not violate the First Amendment protection of students' rights to free expression, except that one provision directed at material that creates "ill will" is unconstitutional.
- Argued 03/04/2002
- Decided 10/03/2002
- Published 10/03/2002
- Before: SCIRICA and ROSENN, Circuit Judges, and WARD, District Judge .
- United States Third Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Gerald Walpin, Esquire (Argued), Katten, Muchin, Zavis & Rosenman, New York, NY, for Appellants.
- For Appellees:
- James W. Broscious, Esquire (Argued), Broscious, Glynn & Fischer, Washington, NJ, for Appellees.