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Jury instruction: Free speech versus library as place dedicated to quiet, knowledge, beauty

By Mary Minow, Esq.

Jury instruction in Hunt v Hillsborough County - #7 caught my eye:

A library is a place dedicated to quiet, to knowledge, and to beauty. It is a legitimate

government interest to preserve a library as a sanctuary for reading, writing and quiet

contemplation. To preserve that legitimate interest, the right to free speech in a library is

subject to restriction. The right to receive information in a library is not unfettered and may

give way to significant countervailing interests.

Full post as published by LibraryLaw Blog on September 12, 2010 (boomark / email).

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