The freedom of speech is one of the most honored freedoms guaranteed by The First Amendment’s Freedom of Speech Clause in the Bill of Rights. It provides the right to engage in oral, written, and symbolic speech. The U.S. Supreme Court places speech into three categories: fully protected, limited protected, and unprotected speech. The Freedom of Speech Clause protects speech only, not conduct.
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