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By Andrew Chung. Supreme Court, where decorum and etiquette are prized and silence is enforced by court police, the F-word could create quite a stir. Yet that expletive and others will be the focus on Monday when the nine justices hear arguments Campbellsville KY milf personals a free-speech case brought by Los Angeles-based clothing deer Erik Brunetti.

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Can you believe that with all the language we hear daily on television, in movies, newspapers and on radio, those same words can be considered offensive?

It all depends on the circumstances in which they are used. When morality collides with legality — normally only when a decision is handed down in the Local Court dismissing such a prosecution — the real name calling commences.

Our client, a young man, left a hotel at the Rocks shortly after Lady looking nsa Paragon on a Monday. The matter was dismissed by the Magistrate with costs. The Magistrate was wrongly blamed by those ignorant of the law.

Shock jocks called for Her Honour to be sacked. The police commissioner publicly denounced the decision.

The Director of Public Prosecutions office wrote to our firm indicating that an appeal was being considered. The media loved it — aiding and Adult singles dating in Mingo a change of standards over time by allowing the frequent use of such language, yet in some instances critical of the decision.

A double standard or simply free speech? There was no appeal. The law has not changed. The law correctly applied by the learned Magistrate still applies today. Would the other pub-goers have been offended?

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His Honour Meagher JA noted the following:. This is, however a long way from the language he allegedly used being offensive in any legal sense…there was no evidence that persons in the public area were ever offended, nor that the public area was frequented by gentle old ladies or convent school girls.

For a well written and well researched discussion and history of the use of Sexy teens looking for Abingdon language and its treatment by the law, one need go no further than the decision of respected Magistrate David Heilpern in the case of Police v Butler [] NSWLC 2.

Offensive language prosecution can be a tool improperly used by police to silence the impolite or disrespectful. Those who are socio-economically disadvantaged are easy targets.

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It used to be said in legal circles that the offence of offensive language completed the trifecta when added to charges of assaulting police and resisting arrest. If someone has been arrested for offensive language or conduct, in many circumstances it is a blatant abuse of power by the police.

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