Quantcast
Home / Opinion Digests / Constitutional rights of ‘Unite the Right’ were not violated (access required)

Constitutional rights of ‘Unite the Right’ were not violated (access required)

Charlottesville officials did not effectuate a “heckler’s veto” of a Unite the Right rally because plaintiffs – a rally organizer and an attendee – had no constitutional right to state protection from private parties who try to suppress speech and they did not suffer any violation of a constitutional right when an unlawful assembly was ...