By: Robert Glueck & Halee Snellgrove Maturin
Ned Stark believed that the man who passes the sentence should swing the sword. Yet when he attempted to exercise his right of free speech and denounce the King of Westeros, Stark faced a different kind of due process. No one will argue that our modern notions of free speech are not even remotely similar to King Joffrey’s. Nevertheless, Dr. Teresa Buchanan believes that within the university setting, both free speech and due process could be refined.