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This is not bad as the earlier version, which also applied to speech intended to “embarrass, or cause emotional distress.” But it’s still pretty bad, especially because it leaves unclear what exactly is a “malicious and willful intent to …
abuse [or] torment.” Would publishing an online editorial — or a blog post — condemning an underage criminal for his crimes qualify as “malicious and willful intent to … Or would it not be “malicious” because it would be justified by righteous indignation (in which case I take it courts would have to decide what indignation is righteous and what is not)? Paul (holding that content-based distinctions are presumptively unconstitutional even when they operate within an unprotected category of speech).
Cyberbullying is the transmission of any electronic textual, visual, written, or oral communication with the malicious and willful intent to coerce, abuse, torment, or intimidate a person under the age of eighteen. (2) “Electronic textual, visual, written, or oral communication” means any communication of any kind made through the use of a computer online service, Internet service, or any other means of electronic communication, including but not limited to a local bulletin board service, Internet chat room, electronic mail, or online messaging service…. The provisions of this Section shall not be construed to prohibit or restrict religious free speech pursuant to Article I, Section 18 of the Constitution of Louisiana.
The penalty is up to 6 months’ in jail (or an up to 0 fine or both), except that under-17-year-old offenders are routed to the juvenile justice system.
Hammond Junior College became Southeastern Louisiana College, formally adopted into the state educational system under the control of the State Board of Education.
The purchase of sixty acres adjoining the original fifteen-acre plot provided the space to develop a suitable campus. 388, an amendment to the 1920 Louisiana Constitution, granted Southeastern Louisiana College the same legal status as other four-year colleges.
Federal and parish attorneys concluded from their investigations that assessment was inaccurate for some of the events; for instance, the burning of the high school was an attempt to destroy grade records.The exception for religious speech is also probably unconstitutional, because it treats nonreligious speech worse than religious speech. In the constitutional law of libel, “actual malice” means simply reckless or knowledge about the falsehood of the statement, pretty clearly not what’s intended here.In tort law, “malice” sometimes does mean, mor or less, “ill will” towards the target — but that too might be satisfied in the examples I gave: Someone writing an online article excoriating a young criminal may well feel ill will towards the criminal, and might well want the criminal to feel ashamed and “tormented” by guilt or by a sense of public condemnation.The Jena Six were six black teenagers in Jena, Louisiana, convicted in the 2006 beating of Justin Barker, a white student at the local Jena High School, which they also attended.
Barker was injured on December 4, 2006, by the members of the Jena Six, and received treatment at an emergency room.
Southeastern was formally approved and accepted into full membership in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) as a four-year degree-granting institution. Navy contributed two steel barracks for use as dormitories. Mc Keithen signed into law the legislative act turning Southeastern Louisiana College into Southeastern Louisiana University. Since then, Fanfare has become an acclaimed month long event, drawing nationally and internationally recognized artists and providing recognition for those closer to home.