• Connecticut Appellate Court
  • AC 34990
  • Apr 08 2014 (Date Decided)
  • Sheldon, J.
Because the context and placement of posters were designed to "hound" the plaintiff into providing information about her ex-boyfriend's disappearance, rather than to raise a matter of public concern, the conduct, targeting the plaintiff, was not protected speech and the U.S. Supreme Court's 2011 decision in Snyder v. Phelps, regarding picket signs displayed at soldiers' funerals, was distinguished.

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