To win a case requires proper evidence to be probative and well presented. However, one can wish to reverse the judgment that a court presents to a person. This should be done properly as it requires a specific set of actions. Some of the judgments granted to a victim need changes, as they may not meet the crime the victim is convicted of. Proper judgment should take place in the framework of the constitutional law and with its full compliance. The jury should be careful when determining cases to ensure that they do not burn up a war, which will threaten them (Oltman, 2013).
The presented case involved a high school student who sued the principal for claims that the official violated his rights of speech. The student claimed that he had the right to air his views based on his perspective. The principal replied that it was against the rules established by the school. The student in question displayed a banner, which, according to the principle’s words, was a way of spreading the prohibited drugs. This was as a school enacted policy, which urged and commissioned students to disregard the use of banner at in-school events. The facts of the case were eminent since Frederick displayed his banner so that the other students could see. The court judged that the school principal made no mistake when suspended the student. The court also rejected the plea of the student that his rights were desecrated (Oltman, 2013).
In this case, there were some constitutional laws, which were involved. Firstly, these laws included the freedom of speech. Each individual has a right to air his or her views about various issues. However, the conduct of the case was correct and the student deserved the judgment. The student portrayed a message during a school event, and that was against the rules set. He should have disregarded displaying the message despite the fact that his ambition led him. If I were in the jury, I would accompany the majority, since the evidence provided clearly stated that the student had gone against the rules and regulations (Engdahl, 2008).
Producing evidence in any case is very important. Performing various activities should have the established rules as a base. This case is an indication that the court upheld the judgment because the student was old enough to understand how the constitution functioned. This implies that the student hid his face from the cameras while displaying the banner. The court upheld the decision based on the facts.
Free speech (Sylvia Engdahl ed., Greenhaven Press 2008).
Gretchen A. Oltman, Violence in student writing: A school administrator’s guide (Corwin 2013).