Quote of the Day - The defendant has admitted that he took part in a heinous, cowardly and hate-motivated crime that ... cannot be tolerated by a civilized society, ... When they do, regrettably, occur, those responsible must be brought to justice.
When an 88-year old white supremacist walked into the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC opening fire, reaction was swift to question if this tragedy could have been prevented. And with those questions comes the examination of First Amendment rights. Please join me and my fellow Lawyer2Lawyer co-host Bob Ambrogi as we welcome Attorney Brian Cuban, a Dallas Attorney working for Mark Cuban Companies, Attorney Steve Freeman, Director of Legal Affairs for the Anti-Defamation League and renowned trial lawyer and First Amendment lawyer, Attorney Martin Garbus, to discuss First Amendment rights - the balance between protecting free speech for the many and restricting hate speech for the few