Stohr, Alison L.
January 2013
Temple Law Review;Winter2013, Vol. 85 Issue 2, p455
Academic Journal
The article discusses the pending U.S. Stolen Valor Act of 2013 and the application of an American constitutional law commercial speech exception to self-promoting individuals as of January 2013. Freedom of speech protections are addressed in relation to the First Amendment of the nation's Constitution. Corporate speech laws are examined, along with the criminal aspects of falsely claiming the receipt of military awards. The U.S. Supreme Court case Valentine v. Chrestensen is mentioned.


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