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Charles Schenck was a U.S. citizen and private in the Army. While in military training during World War I, Schenck printed and passed out leaflets explaining why he was against the draft (required military service). He was charged with violating the Espionage Act of 1917, a federal law outlawing any action interfering with military operations. Schenck believed the Espionage Act violated his right to free speech. In which court would this case ultimately be decided, and why?
A state criminal court, because Schenck was accused of violating a criminal law A military tribunal, because the matter involved members of the military A county civil court, because it involved violation of a civil liberty The U.S. Supreme Court, because Schenck challenged whether the law was constitutional
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It would be a military court since he violated a law made for and by the army. and since he is a soldier on duty it also cause it to be in a military court