Freedom Forum Institute > qualified immunity
A previous U.S. Supreme Court’s qualified immunity decision, continues to do significant damage in First Amendment jurisprudence. In this case, regards to punishing a university student for an off-campus Facebook post.
At first glance a search-and-seizure case involving informants, the consent-once-removed doctrine and other Fourth Amendment concepts would seem to have little to do with the First Amendment. But the U.S.