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But the context here is abortion. . The trial court's findings identify none of these acts, but only a mild interference with access that is the incidental byproduct of leafletting and picketing. The prohibition was limited to "focused picketing taking place solely in front of a particular residence." We noted that the "picketing . There is no sitting down, packing en masse, linking of hands or any other effort to blockade the clinic property. As for the picketing, our prior decision upholding a law banning targeted residential picketing remarked on Cheering is audible from the Then a police officer is visible writing someone a citation. (1971) In application, in other words, the "burden no more speech than is necessary" test has become an "arguably burden no more speech than is necessary" test. Do you wish to maintain that designation for these proceedings?" their homes. 408 Given the focus of the picketing on patients and clinic staff, The entire injunction in this case departs so far from the established course of our jurisprudence that, in any other context, it would have been regarded as a candidate for summary reversal. NLRB, 870.041-870.047 (1991) (public peace); Fla.Stat. Forsyth County v. Nationalist Movement, 505 U.S. ___, ___ (1992) (slip op., at 8); NLRB v. Donnelly Garment Co., On the one hand, the injunction should be no more burdensome than necessary to provide complete relief, Califano v. Yamasaki, 2516, 129 L.Ed.2d 593. I therefore join Parts II and IV of the Court's opinion, which properly dispose of . JUDY MADSEN, et al., PETITIONERS v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER, INC., et al. ] "QUESTIONS PRESENTED FOR REVIEW. persons entering or leaving it. Then abortion opponents can be heard to sing: "Jesus loves the little children, all the children of the world, red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in His sight, Jesus loves the little children of the world." [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) Railway Express Agency, Inc. v. New York, Petitioners contend that these restrictions Post, at 9-11. At one point, an automobile moves west on Dixie Way and slows to turn into the westernmost driveway. As far as the record shows, it assessed no penalty for any such violation; and "impeding and obstructing" can embrace many different things, not all of which (as I shall discuss presently) come within the meaning of the original injunction. Learn more about FindLaw’s newsletters, including our terms of use and privacy policy. The only other authority the Court invokes is NLRB v. Baptist Hospital, Inc., Instead, the Court begins Part III with the following optical illusion: "If this were a content-neutral, generally applicable statute, instead of an injunctive order, its constitutionality would be assessed under the [intermediate scrutiny] standard," ante, at 8 - and then proceeds to discuss whether petitioners can sustain the burden of departing from that presumed disposition. That protection, however, does not encompass attempts to abuse an unreceptive or captive audience at least under the circumstances of this case. . "[O]ne is not to have the exercise of his liberty of expression in appropriate places abridged on the plea that it may be exercised in some other place." That was set forth just for context, to show the reader what suppression of normal and peaceful social protest is afoot here. from engaging in the following acts: Shortly before the Florida Supreme Court's opinion was announced, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit heard a separate challenge to the same injunction. There is no suggestion in this record that Florida law would not equally restrain similar conduct directed at a target having nothing to do with abortion; none of the restrictions imposed by the court were directed at the contents of petitioner's message. JUSTICE SCALIA also relies on Claiborne Hardware and Carroll for support of his contention that our precedent requires the application of strict scrutiny in this context. 393 U.S. 175 As long as petitioners do not physically approach patients in this manner, they remain free not only to communicate with the public but also to offer verbal or written advice on an individual basis to the clinic's patients through their "sidewalk counseling.". Id., at 5. Cf. Finally, I turn to the Court's application of the second part of its test: whether the provisions of the injunction "burden no more speech than necessary" to serve the significant interest protected. But the Court errs in thinking that the vice of content-based statutes is that they necessarily have the invidious purpose of suppressing particular ideas. Absent evidence that the protesters' speech is independentlyproscribable (i.e, "fighting words" or threats), or is so infused with . Given that the forum around the clinic is a traditional public forum, see Frisby v. Schultz, U.S. 546, 556 These are the only findings and conclusions of the court that could conceivably be considered to relate to a violation of the original injunction. "[T]here is no more effective practical guaranty against arbitrary and unreasonable government than to require that the principles of law which officials would impose upon a minority must be imposed generally." provision impermissibly burden their freedom of association. 372 Thus, the injunction must be couched supported by any findings of fact - these latest by-products of our abortion jurisprudence ought to give all friends of liberty great concern. I don't know anything. medical privacy," and the interest in "the psychological [and] physical wellbeing of the patient held `captive' by medical circumstance." injunction did not prohibit activities by persons demonstrating in But I need not engage in such precise analysis, since the Court itself admits that the requirement is not to be taken seriously. We disagree. access to the clinic. , 40], [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) We have upheld similar noise restrictions in the past, and as we noted in upholding a local noise ordinance around public schools, "the nature of a place, `the pattern of its normal activities, dictate the kinds of regulations . 345 In response to high noise levels outside the clinic, the state court restrained the petitioners from "singing, chanting, whistling, shouting, yelling, use of bullhorns, auto horns, sound amplification equipment or other sounds or images observable to or within earshot of the patients inside the [c]linic" during the hours of 7:30 a.m. through noon on Mondays through Saturdays. Footnote 4 [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) 3 And that call and response is repeated. [ U.S. 679, 697 These pages are reproduced verbatim in the Appendix to this opinion. The Court says that "[w]e have upheld similar noise restrictions in the past," ante, at 16, citing Grayned v. City of Rockford, greater relief where a violation of law has already occurred-- If that is enough to support this one-man It then proceeds, in Part III, to examination of respondents' contention that plain old intermediate scrutiny should apply. Through all of this, abortion opponents and abortion rights supporters appear to be inches from one another on each side of the south border of the property. We granted certiorari, 510 U.S. ___ (1994), to resolve the conflict between the Florida Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals over the constitutionality of the state court's injunction. It is a mixture of conduct and communication. 355 U.S. 131 The need for a complete buffer zone near the clinic entrances and driveway may be debatable, but some deference must be given to the state court's familiarity with the facts and the background of the dispute between the parties even under our heightened review.   Those are matters lawyers best know how to do. , 8]   Prior restraints do often take the form of injunctions. Judy MADSEN, et al., Petitioners v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER, INC., et al. Ibid. 312 U.S., at 292 1 Court will then direct pretrial release officer to interview and provide the results of the interview to Judge Eaton after 1:00 o'clock today and he will consider that release. . The injunction is thus twice removed from a legislative proscription applicable to the general public and should be judged by a standard that gives appropriate deference to the judge's unique familiarity with the facts. -184. ", THE COURT: "Again, I say that at the time of your trial, perhaps, that would be a defensive matter. It found that, as vehicles heading toward the clinic slowed to allow the protesters to move out of the way, "sidewalk counselors" would approach and attempt to give the vehicle's occupants anti-abortion literature. The skillful, and unprincipled, solicitor can target the most vulnerable, including those accompanying children or those suffering physical impairment and who cannot easily avoid the solicitation"). 4. The court found that, despite the initial injunction, protesters continued to impede access to the clinic by congregating on the paved portion of the street - Dixie Way - leading up to the clinic, and by marching in front of the clinic's driveways. 5. U.S. 607, 619 See also Perry Education Assn., supra, at 45. ); post, at 8-14 (SCALIA, J.). A second woman, the one who spoke at greatest length in the first segment calls, "If you [inaudible], help her through it." See, e.g., New York Times Co. v. United States, "The First Amendment," we noted, "does not protect violence," but when conduct sanctionable by tort liability "occurs in the context of constitutionally protected activity . of the local clinics. 93-880 On writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of Florida June 30, 1994. But this is not a statute, and it is an injunctive order. App. 447 The Court concludes its response as follows: To sum up: the interests assertedly protected by the supplementary injunction did not include any interest whose impairment was a violation of Florida law or of a Florida court injunction. At one point in its opinion, the Court identifies a number of government interests: the "interest in protecting a woman's freedom to seek lawful medical or counseling services," the "interest in ensuring the public safety and order, in promoting the free flow of traffic on public streets and sidewalks, and in protecting the property rights of all its citizens," the "interest in . burden no more speech than necessary to ensure the health and . We also bear in mind the fact that the state court originally issued a much narrower injunction, providing no buffer zone, and that this order did not succeed in protecting   Doctors and clinic workers, in turn, were not immune even in their homes. And, in Part III-D of its opinion, the Court seems to suggest that, even in a more narrowly defined zone, such a consent requirement is constitutionally impermissible. 3 . Noting that the party pressing the claim was not a successor or assign, we characterized the matter as "an abstract controversy over the use of these words." U.S. 415, 438 does not refer to the 36-foot or the 300-foot buffer zones, nor does it relate to the constitutionality of the "in concert" provision. The first woman says "You are applauding the death of your children. [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) The Court, however, proceeds to address challenges to the injunction that, although arguably raised by petitioners' briefs, are not properly before the Court. . Scalia, J., filed an opinion , 26] access to the clinic was still being impeded, that petitioners' Absent evidence that the protesters' speech is independently proscribable (i.e., "fighting words" or threats), or is so infused with violence as to be indistinguishable from a threat of physical harm, see Milk Wagon Drivers, First, the trial judge made reasonably clear that the issue of who was acting "in concert" with the named defendants was a matter to be taken up in individual cases, and not to be decided on the basis of protesters' viewpoints. Kennedy and Thomas, JJ., joined. ", THE COURT: "They're set out in the Injunction. agreed to use unlawful means, that carefully identify the impact of such unlawful conduct, and that recognize the importance of avoiding the imposition of punishment for constitutionally protected activity.". (1989) (internal quotation marks omitted) (upholding noise regulations); R.A.V. Petitioners challenge the constitutionality of an injunction entered by a Florida state court which prohibits anti-abortion protestors from demonstrating in certain places and in various ways outside of a health clinic that performs abortions. "Abortion Kills Children." 93-880. as content or viewpoint based simply because it restricts only the 12, 1993, Hearing). , 15], [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) P. 16. it violated their First Amendment right to freedom of speech, the 626 So.2d, at 672. [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) That's why you were arrested. But rather than prohibiting the display of signs that could be interpreted as threats or veiled threats, the state court issued a blanket ban on all "images observable." The meaning of the term "physically approaching" is explained by the detailed prohibition that applies when the patient refuses to converse with, or accept delivery of literature from, petitioners. v. Stuart, accomplish the goals of preventing intimidation and ensuring , 10] The camera cuts to a shot of another, parked car with a potato jammed onto the tailpipe. (1963); Fiske v. Kansas, 274 U.S. 380, 385-386 (1927); see also Bose Corp. v. Consumers Union of United States, Inc., (1941), we upheld an injunction prohibiting peaceful picketing, but only because the picketing had been accompanied by 50 instances of window smashing, bombings, stench bombings, destruction of trucks, beatings of drivers, arson, and armed violence. Simon & Schuster v. New York Crime Victims Bd., 502 U.S. ___, ___ (1991) (slip op., at 10) (quoting Minneapolis Star & Tribune Co. v. Minnesota Comm'r of Revenue, (1947), is to the contrary: all those who wish to express the same views as the named defendants are deemed to be "acting in concert or participation." The Court of Appeals struck down the injunction, characterizing the dispute as a clash "between an actual prohibition of speech and a potential hinderance to the free exercise of abortion rights." regulation of non-speech activities). Pp. 402 On the clinic property (and with their backs to the camera) are a line of clinic and abortion rights supporters, stretching the length of the property. , 38]. The need for -310, n. 22 (1986). (1968), a case involving an injunction, and to Keyishian v. Board of Regents, State Univ. App to Pet. 1.   After petitioners and other anti-abortion protesters threatened to picket and demonstrate around a Florida abortion clinic, a state court permanently enjoined petitioners from blocking or interfering with public access to the clinic, and from physically abusing persons entering or leaving it. 4 We strike down as unconstitutional the 36-foot buffer zone as applied to the private property to the north and west of the clinic, the "images observable" provision, the 300-foot no-approach zone around the clinic, and the 300-foot buffer zone around the residences, because these provisions sweep more broadly than necessary to accomplish the permissible goals of the injunction. , 3] [ it says, "may be debatable, but some deference must be given to the state court's familiarity with the facts and the background of the dispute between the parties even under our heightened review." U.S. 171, 177 (1983)). Noise control is particularly important around hospitals and medical facilities during surgery and recovery periods, and in evaluating another injunction involving a medical facility, we stated: The same, however, cannot be said for the "images observable" provision of the state court's order. In Youngdahl v. Rainfair, Inc., The question should be approached, it seems to me, without any such artificial loading of the dice. 316.2045 (1991) (obstruction of public streets, highways, and roads)). The record before us does not contain sufficient justification for this broad a ban on picketing; it appears that a limitation on the time, duration of picketing, and number of pickets outside a smaller zone could have accomplished the desired result. ", [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) The persons standing but not walking the picket line include a woman with a child in a stroller, and a man shouting the Book of Daniel's account of Meshach, Shadrach, and Abednego. Firefox, or Footnote 3 Police are visible helping to clear a path for the vehicle to enter. (1953). National Society of Professional Engineers v. United States, 300 foot buffer zone around the residences of clinic staff. 485 U.S., at 322 , 4], [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) As the reader will observe, they do not remotely support JUSTICE SOUTER's assertion that the injunction does not distinguish on the basis of viewpoint. The camera focuses on a woman who faces the clinic and, hands cupped over her mouth, shouts the following: "Be not deceived; God is not mocked. As THE CHIEF JUSTICE wrote for the Court last Term: "The term prior restraint is The Florida Supreme Court correctly concluded: Because I have joined Parts I, II, III-E, and IV of the Court's opinion and have dissented as to Part III-D after concluding that the 300-foot zone around the clinic is a reasonable time, place, and manner restriction, no further discussion is necessary. picket and demonstrate around a Florida abortion clinic, a state , 14], [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) First Amendment challenges to generally applicable legislation than the standard that measures such challenges to judicial remedies for proven wrongdoing.   Ante, at 18-19. (The latter limitation may raise vagueness and notice problems, but that does not concern us here. JUSTICE STEVENS believes that "injunctive relief should be judged by a more lenient standard than legislation," because injunctions are imposed on individuals or groups who have engaged in illegal activity. , 19], [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) , 9] (refusing to enjoin publications of the "Pentagon Papers"); Vance v. Universal Amusement Co.,   And those patients who turned away because of the crowd to return at a later date, the doctor testified, increased their health risks by reason of the delay. are not enjoined from associating with others or from joining with At no time is there any apparent effort to prevent entry or exit, or even to delay it, except for the time needed for the picketers to get out of the way. Presumably within the formal charge there will be that reference, sir. Respondents, on the other hand, contended for what has come to be known as "intermediate scrutiny" (midway between the "strict scrutiny" demanded for content-based regulation of speech, and the "rational basis" standard that is applied - under the Equal Protection Clause - to government , 6] Ibid. Phone: 801-213 … a reasonable time, place, and manner restriction, but incorrectly refers to that zone as containing a consent requirement. content based. [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) ", JANE DOE NO. (internal quotation marks omitted). [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) , 37], THE COURT: "You can't be unarrested. But since, in this case, a general regulation establishing time, place, and manner restrictions for all citizens is not at issue, these petitioners have a right not merely to demonstrate and protest at some reasonably effective place, but to demonstrate and protest where they want to and where all other Floridians can, namely, right there on the public sidewalk in front of the clinic. This is good The tape was edited down (from approximately 6 to 8 hours of footage to 1/2 hour) by Ruth Arick, a management consultant employed by the clinic and by the Feminist Majority Foundation. within a 300 foot zone around the clinic from approaching patients MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC.(1994) No. Respondents operate abortion clinics throughout central Florida. Walking the return leg of the picket line on the paved portion of Dixie Way (instead of on the sidewalk), and congregating on the unpaved portion of that street, may, for all we know, violate some municipal ordinance (though that was not alleged, and the municipal police evidently did not seek to prevent it); but it assuredly did not violate the earlier injunction, which made no mention of such a prohibition. If the "burden no more speech than necessary" requirement can be avoided by merely opining that (for some reason) no lesser restriction than this one will be obeyed, it is not much of a requirement at all. 427 U.S. 539 See n. 1, supra. 2. It noted that the State has a strong interest in protecting a woman's freedom to seek lawful medical or counseling services in connection with her pregnancy. The sole question presented by this appeal is a question of law, and for purposes of this appeal [petitioners] are assuming, arguendo, that a factual basis exists to grant injunctive relief." 3 (1980) (STEVENS, J., concurring in part and concurring in result). We expressly distinguished the case from those in which there was no "[e]ntanglement with violence." reason to require the strictest standard for issuance of such orders. the general public, but applies only to particular parties, regulating their activities, and perhaps their speech, because of their past . 410 U.S. 113 JUSTICE SCALIA reads this case to require "surgical precision" of regulation, post, at 16, but that was not the adjective chosen by the author of the Court's opinion, JUSTICE STEVENS. In connection with the boycott, there were marches and picketing (often by small children). , 15] [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) [ background of the dispute even under heightened review. In sum, we uphold the noise restrictions and the 36-foot buffer zone around the clinic entrances and driveway because they burden no more speech than necessary to eliminate the unlawful conduct targeted by the state court's injunction. -420 (1977). 390 U.S. 611 458 U.S. 886 If the original injunction is read as it must be, there is nothing in the trial court's findings to suggest that it was violated. Grayned, supra, at 116. ", THE COURT: "You've been designated as John Doe Number Eighteen. certiorari to the supreme court of florida No. Id., at 483.   On Saturday, March 6, 1993, a group of anti-abortion protesters is gathered in front of the clinic, arrayed from east (camera-left) to west (camera-right) on the clinic side of Dixie Way, a small, non-artery street. Post, at 2. The scope of the 36-foot zone is thus not properly before us. The right to free speech should not lightly be placed within the control of a single man or woman. But must we accept that conclusion as valid - when the original injunction contained no command (or at the very least no clear command) that had been disobeyed, and contained nothing even related to staying out of the street?   . This is out of order now. 56. Before the Florida Supreme Court, petitioners stated that "the Amended Permanent Injunction contains fundamental error on its face. , 33], [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) ] In my subsequent discussion, I shall give the Florida trial court the benefit of the doubt, and assume that the phrase "continue to impede and obstruct" expresses the conclusion that petitioners had violated those provisions of the original injunction which prohibited "impeding or obstructing." . ", MR. QUINTERO: "Because I'm not working in conjunction with anybody. How did the police determine that I was acting in concert with some organization that was named on this injunction? Terry appears to be speaking to the press, and at one point tears pages from a notebook of some kind. 4. But witnesses also testified as to relevant facts in a 3-day evidentiary hearing, and the state court was therefore not limited to JUSTICE SCALIA's rendition of what he saw on the videotape to make its findings in support of the second injunction. this case does not demand the level of heightened scrutiny set forth in Perry Ed. The standard governing injunctions has two obvious dimensions. of N.Y., lots, and the failure of the first injunction to accomplish its purpose, the 36 foot buffer zone around the clinic entrances and driveway, on balance, burdens no more speech than necessary to accomplish the governmental interests in protecting access to the clinic ] Petitioners do not challenge the first two provisions of the state court's 1993 order. There a party subject to an injunction argued that the order was invalid because of a provision that it applied to "successors and assigns" of the enjoined party. Footnote 5 All I know is that the officer used his perceptions, his eyes, his ears, took note of the activities that were going on and for reasons, you know, he believed that you were in concert with those that had been enjoined and the Injunctive Order is expanded to include those so that you were subject then to the Injunction. (internal quotation marks omitted). Both JUSTICE STEVENS and JUSTICE SCALIA disagree with the standard we announce, for policy reasons. Microsoft Edge. Later, when respondent clinic prepared by the Reporter of Decisions for the convenience of the reader. , 93] Moreover, none , 4] Do you wish to be considered for court-appointed counsel? . 435 , 3], [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) (1968)), and have repeatedly struck down speech-restricting injunctions. Ibid. The Court does not give this new standard a name, but perhaps we could call it intermediate-intermediate scrutiny. The fact that the injunction in the present case did not prohibit activities of those demonstrating in favor of abortion is justly attributable to the lack of any similar demonstrations by those in favor of abortion, and of any consequent request that their demonstrations be regulated [ MADSEN v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CTR., INC., ___ U.S. ___ (1994) We must ask instead whether the challenged provisions of the injunction burden no more speech than necessary to serve a significant government interest. [P]ermanent injunctions - i.e., court orders that actually forbid speech activities - are classic examples of prior restraints." ", And finally: 16-17. supreme court of the united states 512 u.s. 753 june 30, 1994, decided , 8]. Although a speech-restricting injunction may not attack content as content (in the present : JANE DOE: No. There are obvious differences, however, between an injunction and a generally applicable ordinance. It is Saturday, March 13, 1993 at 9:56 a.m. Accordingly, they argue, we should examine the entire injunction under the strictest standard of scrutiny. Here petitioners are not prevented from expressing their message in any one of several different ways; they are simply prohibited from expressing it within the 36-foot buffer zone. Footnote 6 v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER, INC., et al., 1994 U.S. LEXIS 5244 (U.S. 1994). By contrast, the 300-foot zone would ban "[g]eneral marching through residential neighborhoods, or even walking a route in front of an entire block of houses." And allowing the petitioners to stand in the middle of Dixie Way would obviously block vehicular traffic. 2d 664, affirmed in part and reversed in part. 403 U.S. 713 We hold that, on the record before us, the 36-foot buffer zone, as applied to the private property to the north and west of the clinic, burdens more speech than necessary to protect access to the clinic. We agree with the Supreme Court of Florida that the combination of these governmental interests is quite sufficient to justify an appropriately tailored injunction to protect them. Or perhaps even a Florida common law prohibition applies, rendering such noisemaking tortious. In Milk Wagon Drivers v. Meadowmoor Dairies, Inc., . 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