Thornhill v. Alabama (1940)

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  • The Supreme Court decision in Thornhill v. Alabama , 310 U.S. 88 (1940), found that an Alabama law that made it illegal for a person to “loiter” around or “picket” a business with the intention of interfering with it was facially invalid and ...

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