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What did John Peter Zenger become famous for?
Zenger was arrested in 1734 for seditious liable. A jury rules in Zenger’s favor in 1735, establishing freedom of the press and newspapers right to criticize government.
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the John Peter Zenger trial
established freedom of the Press in the colonies
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John Peter Zenger Case
He was jailed for questioning the governor of New York. His case influenced freedom of speech and freedom of press.
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John Peter Zenger (1697-1746)
-German American newspaper publisher and printer -his acquittal of libel charges in New York City established a legal precedent for freedom of the press -the Supreme Court under Chief Justice Warren reinvigorated free press rights; the case of New York Times v. Sullivan strengthened the protection of the press against libel cases brought by public figures
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