Turning arguments into art

Odendahl, Marilyn
October 2013
Indiana Lawyer;10/23/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 17, p1
The article focuses on the argument between lawyer Wayne Uhl and the justices of the Supreme Court on the dispute over the artistic expression and public indecency in adult venues in the U.S. It cites the case Barnes v. Glen Theatre, when Judge Michael Barnes filed chares against the dancers at the Kitty Kat Lounge and Glen Theatre. It also mentions Uhl's stand on the issue and his effort of proving that erotic dancing speech was not protected by the First Amendment.


Related Articles

  • ACHILLES' HEEL: REVISITING THE SUPREME COURT'S NUDE DANCING CASES. Wahlquist, Grant // Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal;2011, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p695 

    The article discusses two court cases namely Barnes v. Glen Theatre, Inc. and City of Erie v. Pap's A.M. with respect to the decision of the Supreme Court of the U.S. The cases were on the legal mandates on the clothing of exotic dancers while performing and the regulations were held as...

  • SPORT AS SPEECH. Lakier, Genevieve // University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law;Apr2014, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p1109 

    The article focuses on U.S Supreme Court's refusal of granting free speech protection to spectator sports. Topics discusses include issues dealing with the application of the free speech protection under the U.S Constitution First Amendment, the U.S Supreme Court's decision in case Hurley v....

  • Barnes v. Glen Theatre, Inc.  // Supreme Court Cases: The Dynamic Court (1930-1999);1999, pN.PAG 

    Presents the case Barnes v. Glen Theatre, Inc. argued before the United States Supreme Court. Opening statements; Decision of the Court; Closing comments by the judges.

  • Don't Let Congress Define What a Journalist Is. MILLER, RON // EContent;Dec2013, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p32 

    The article criticizes the U.S. Congress in its attempt to define the meaning of a journalist as it tries to write a shield law to protect journalists. It clarifies that the Senate Judiciary Committee had amended the bill as they decided not to try to come up with a definition but left it up to...

  • An interview with Judge Richard A. Posner. Cohen, Joel // ABA Journal;Jul2014, p1 

    A reprint of an interview with Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Richard A. Posner is presented. Topics discussed include Posner's role as a senior lecturer in law at the University of Chicago Law School, U.S Supreme Court's decision in case Barnes v. Glen Theatre Inc....

  • BLACK ROBES AND G-STRINGS. O'Quinn, Jim // American Theatre;Sep2013, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p24 

    The article reviews the touring play "Arguendo" directed by John Collins for the Elevator Repair Service (ERS) theater company, which dramatizes the 1991 U.S. Supreme Court Case Barnes v. Glen Theatre and which will play in New York City from September 10 to October 6, 2013.

  • Judicial Elections, Campaigning, and the First Amendment: Looking Past the Hype and Hysteria to Democracy. Griffen, Wendell // Arkansas Law Review (1968-present);2011, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p77 

    The article elaborates on the lessons that the author has learned about judicial elections, campaigning, and the First Amendment from participating as a candidate during judicial elections. He notes that there is a tension between the preference of U.S. voters for the selection of state judges...

  • THE INFLUENCE OF A JEWISH EDUCATION AND JEWISH VALUES ON A JEWISH JUDGE. Hellerstein, Alvin K. // Touro Law Review;2013, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p517 

    The article discusses the impact of Jewish education and Jewish values on Jewish judges in the U.S. Topics include refusal to consider the plea of guilty of driver Orozco in the court case United States v. Morales, judge Richard Casey's decision in partial birth abortion, and application of a...

  • To DEFER OR NOT TO DEFER? DEFERENCE AND ITS DIFFERENTIAL IMPACT ON FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS IN THE ROBERTS COURT. Calvert, Clay; Hayes, Justin B. // Case Western Reserve Law Review;Fall2012, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p13 

    The article presents information on the concept of deference in context with the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution which protects the rights of individuals to freedom of speech under the Roberts Court which refers to the U.S. Supreme Court. It also mentions about disagreements among the...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics