Helen Norton

Constitutional law expert explains how the founding documents can prevent government officials from lying to the public

When regular people lie, sometimes their lies are detected, sometimes they’re not. Legally speaking, sometimes they’re protected by the First Amendment – and sometimes not, like when they commit fraud or perjury.

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