Erznoznik v city of jacksonville 422 us 205 1975 is a united states supreme court case concerning a city ordinance prohibiting the showing of films containing nudity by a drive in theater located in jacksonville florida opinion the supreme court issued a ruling invalidating the ordinance and held a the ordinance by discriminating among movies solely on the basis of content has . appellant richard erznoznik is the manager of the university drive in theatre in jacksonville on march 13 1972 he was charged with violating 330313 of the municipal code for exhibiting a motion picture visible from public streets in which female buttocks and bare breasts were shown1the ordinance adopted january 14 1972 provides. Us supreme court erznoznik v city of jacksonville 422 us 205 1975 erznoznik v city of jacksonville no 73 1942 argued february 26 1975 decided june 23 1975 422 us 205 syllabus a jacksonville fla ordinance making it a public nuisance and a punishable offense for a drive in movie theater to exhibit films containing nudity when the screen is visible from a public street or . Erznoznik richard v city of jacksonville us supreme court transcript of record with supporting pleadings maness william h additional contributors u s supreme court amazonsg books
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