To Prohibit the Picketing of Courts: Joint Hearings Before the Subcommittees on the Judiciary, 81st Congress, 1st Session on S. 1681 and H.R. 3766 ... June 15, 1949
1949 - Počet stran: 31
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action acts administration of justice adopted amendment American Bar Association appear apply attempt authority BALDWIN Bar Association bill Boggs building Chairman Circuit clear and present Code committee concerning conduct Congress connection consideration considered Constitution contempt contempt power copy court officer courthouse cover decisions directed discussion editorials effect exhibit expression fact Federal courts freedom further GALLAGHER glad going hearing HOBBS House impartial independent influence instances intent interests interfere judge judiciary June juror legislation letter Louisiana matter means newspaper noises obstruct offense opinion orderly Orleans persons picketing of courts picketing or parading present present danger proceedings prohibit the picketing prosecution protected provision question reason recent record referred regard relating Representative residence resolution RHYNE Ryan Duffy Senator GRAHAM showing special committee speech statement statute subcommittee submitted Supreme Court trial United views witness York YOUNG
Strana 25 - Picketing by an organized group is more than free speech, since it involves patrol of a particular locality and since the very presence of a picket line may induce action of one kind or another, quite irrespective of the nature of the ideas which are being disseminated.
Strana 4 - The power to punish for contempt is inherent in all courts. It is true Congress, by statute, (1 Stat. 83,) declared that the courts of the United States "shall have power ... to punish by fine or imprisonment, at the discretion of said courts, all contempts of authority in any cause or hearing before the same.
Strana 26 - Whoever, with the intent of interfering with, obstructing, or impeding the administration of justice, or with the intent of influencing...
Strana 5 - Nothing in this section shall interfere with or prevent the exercise by any court of the United States of its power to punish for contempt.
Strana 26 - Without a free press there can be no free society. Freedom of the press, however, is not an end in itself but a means to the end of a free society.
Strana 23 - In the presence of the court or so near thereto as to interfere directly with the administration of justice...
Strana 5 - Congress, in 1950, enacted legislation prohibiting any person from parading, picketing, or demonstrating in or near a federal courthouse with the intent of "interfering with, obstructing, or impeding" the administration of justice or of "influencing any judge, juror, witness, or court officer" in the discharge of his duty.
Strana 3 - The said courts shall have power to impose and administer all necessary oaths, and to punish, by fine or imprisonment, at the discretion of the court, contempts of their authority: Provided, That such power to punish contempts shall not be construed to extend to any cases except the misbehavior of any person in their presence, or so near thereto as to obstruct the administration of justice...
Strana 25 - A state is not required to tolerate in all places and all circumstances even peaceful picketing by an Individual.
Strana 25 - We do not doubt the right of the state to Impose not only some but many restrictions upon peaceful picketing. Reasonable numbers, quietness, truthful placards, open ingress and egress, suitable hours or other proper limitations, not destructive of the right to tell of labor difficulties, may be required.