The students lost.
Joseph Frederick, 18, unveiled the 14-foot paper sign on a public sidewalk outside his Juneau, Alaska, high school in 2002. The principal confiscated it and suspended Frederick. He sued, taking his case all the way to the supreme court.
The justices ruled that Frederick's free speech rights were not violated by his suspension over what the majority's written opinion called a "sophomoric" banner.Here's a link to one of the articles. A CNN report is below.
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