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Wagner and Winick On the Law

Wagner and Winick On the Law

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August 17th 2017:Hate Crimes and Domestic Terrorism: Legal Definitions for Prosecution

The government has historically used the term "terrorism" as a general description for a range of violent acts, including those by right-wing extremists, as well as environmental, anti-abortion and far-left groups. But the specific criminal charge is never domestic terrorism. The political debate appears to be shifting towards calling for far-right extremism to be identified as terrorism. But that's almost entirely a political discussion, not a legal one. The first amendment provides great latitude for hateful speech, but it does not protect hateful violence. Join co-hosts Mitchel Winick and S

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2550/wagner-and-winick-on-the-law 18/10/2017 04:00 18/10/2017 05:00 Wagner and Winick On the Law https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2550/wagner-and-winick-on-the-law The government has historically used the term "terrorism" as a general description for a range of violent acts, including those by right-wing extremists, as well as environmental, anti-abortion and far-left groups. But the specific criminal charge is never domestic terrorism. The political debate appears to be shifting towards calling for far-right extremism to be identified as terrorism. But that's almost entirely a political discussion, not a legal one. The first amendment provides great latitude for hateful speech, but it does not protect hateful violence. Join co-hosts Mitchel Winick and Stephen Wagner to discuss the legal definitions that frame the distinctions between permitted speech and behavior and illegal speech and behavior. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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