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Former ASU Student Appeals Trespassing Conviction for Handing Out Copies of US Constitution

Former ASU student Tim Tizon filed an appeal after being convicted for trespassing while

handing out copies of the Constitution. “[T]he core idea here is pretty straightforward. If the First Amendment’s going to mean anything, it means that at the public spaces of a public university, a student should not be arrested for handing out copies of the constitution,” said Tizon's attorney. “What could be a more basic free speech principle than that?”

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