STAUB v. CITY OF BAXLEY
Supreme Court Cases
355 U.S. 313 (1958)
FW/PBS, INC., DBA PARIS ADULT BOOKSTORE II, et al. v. CITY OF DALLAS et al.
Whether a Dallas ordinance licensing "sexually oriented businesses" amounted to a prior restraint on protected expression, violating the First Amendment.
VANCE et al. v. UNIVERSAL AMUSEMENT CO., INC., et al.
Whether a Texas statute authorizing injunctions against exhibition of obscene motions pictures violated the First Amendment's bar on prior restraints because it authorized temporary injunctions of indefinite duration.
SOUTHEASTERN PROMOTIONS, LTD. v. CONRAD et al.
Whether the denial of a city facility for a production of "Hair" because it contained "obscene" conduct constituted a prior restraint and violated the First Amendment.
ORGANIZATION FOR A BETTER AUSTIN et al. v. KEEFE
Whether an order enjoining petitioners from distributing leaflets anywhere in the town of Westchester, Illinois, violates petitioners' First Amendment rights.
CARROLL et al. v. PRESIDENT AND COMMISSIONERS OF PRINCESS ANNE et al.
Whether a 10-day restraining order issued against the "white supremacist" National States Rights Party must be set aside as violative of the First and Fourteenth Amendments.
WALKER et al. v. CITY OF BIRMINGHAM
Must a protester, when faced with an injunction enforcing a facially unconstitutional ordinance, engage in an orderly judicial review of that injunction before disobeying it?
FREEDMAN v. MARYLAND
Does a Maryland law that requires that all films be submitted to a board of censors before being exhibited violate the First Amendment?
COX et al. v. NEW HAMPSHIRE
Whether a state law prohibiting a parade or procession on a public street without a special license violates the First Amendment.
LOVELL v. CITY OF GRIFFIN
Whether a local ordinance that prohibited the distribution of literature of any kind, and in any way, without first obtaining written permission from the city manager violated the First Amendment.