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A group of high school students claimed their First Amendment rights for free speech were violated when their high school principal removed pages from their school newspaper prior to its publication. They sued their school district in a U.S. District Court in Missouri but lost the case. To pursue further action against the school, the students could next

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    take their case to another federal district court in their circuit, represented by section D in the diagram appeal the decision in the Supreme Court of Missouri, represented by section C in the diagram appeal the decision in the U.S. Court of Appeals in Missouri, represented by section E in the diagram take their case to the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. represented by section A in the diagram

  2. anonymous
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    do you have the Diagram?

  3. GenTorr
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    I think it's either b or c

  4. GenTorr
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    but i would go more to C

  5. anonymous
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    I cant view it.. if i had to guess id say B.. Supreme court is the next step

  6. anonymous
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    oh okay i thought it was B so it's B ?

  7. GenTorr
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    i think its C

  8. anonymous
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    and D.C wouldnt make sense because its in Missouri.. So yes.. B is the answer.

  9. anonymous
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    Okay thanks

  10. GenTorr
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    well at first i thought it could either be c or b, but the reason i leaned more towards c is because the u.s court comes before the supreme court.

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