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In school First Amendment rights are circumscribed "in light of the special characteristics of the school environment."
Frederick's speech happened during a school event.
Frederick's banner is promoting the use of illegal drugs during a school function.
Mathew Fraser was suspended for giving a speech in which the court found to be "an elaborate, graphic, and explicit sexual metaphor."
The rights of students in public schools are not automatically coextensive with adults in other settings
If the speech be delivered exactly the same way outside of the context of school it would be protected.
Frederick claimed that he was not on school property, therefore he was not at school
Justice Roberts argued that under these circumstances Frederick cannot stand among his classmates at a school sanctioned event ad say he is not at school.
In Tinker v. Des Moines ICSD the courts ruled in favor of the student demonstrating against the war in Vietnam.
The message on the banner in Morse v. Frederick was not political and could reasonably be interpreted as supportive of illegal drug use.
The standard set forth in Tinker v. Des Moines ICSD is without basis in the Constitution.