University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Cameron v. Johnson (1965, 1968)"
Date June 7, 1965
Author John R. Vile
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Abstract In Cameron v. Johnson, 381 U.S. 741 (1965) and 390 U.S. 611 (1968), the Supreme Court first remanded the case — concerning allegations that a Mississippi anti-picketing statute was overly broad and was designed to discourage civil rights activities — and then affirmed a lower court’s dismissal of injunctive relief.
Source The First Amendment Encyclopedia

This Resource Relates To
case White v. Johnson (CJ-TX-0004)

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