Past Exam for COMM 384 - Mass Communication Law at St. Mary's (SMC)

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Material Type:Exam 2
Class:COMM 384 - Mass Communication Law
University:Saint Mary's College
  • Invasion of Privacy
  • Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
  • Infliction of Emotional Distress
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Prostitution
  • Distinction
  • Mass Communication
  • Communication
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COMM 384: MASS COMMUNICATION LAW Test II, Part II Open-Book Essay (50%) Miller v. Schwarzenegger and The Schwarznegger Campaign The day before the recall election involving Governor Davis in California, Rhonda Miller was among those women who accused Mr. Schwarzenegger of molestation-many years in the past. Specifically she claimed “the actor had lifted her shirt and assaulted her on a movie set.” The accusations were made in a news conference in which she appeared. Ms. Miller is a stuntwomen by profession. Mr. Schwarzenegger apologized before the election for “behaving badly sometimes” and admitted that he had been on “rowdy movie sets.” Mr. Schwarzenegger and his campaign denied that the specific incidents alleged by Ms. Miller had happened. Hours after the news conference in which she made the accusations, a member of Schwarzenegger’s campaign sent an email to reporters. The email directed reporters to a court web site. The email had an attachment of a scanned photo of Ms. Miller and explaine...

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