Jones v. State Bd. of Ed. of Tennessee,
397 U.S. 31 (1970)

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Jones v. State Bd. of Ed. of Tennessee, 397 U.S. 31 (1970)

Jones v. State Board of Education of Tennessee

No. 731

Argued January 19-20, 1970

Decided February 24, 1970

397 U.S. 31


Writ of certiorari to determine if indefinite suspension from university where petitioner was a student violated his First Amendment rights held improvidently granted, since (as developed after the writ was granted) the suspension as partly based on a finding that he lied at the hearing on the charges against him.

407 F.2d 834, certiorari dismissed.

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