When the twitter guy said "Free speech", I remembered how many confusions and misconceptions there are surrounding what is protected and what is not protected by the first amendment. Luckily, the tests implemented by SCOTUS can be easily translated into "yes"/"no" & "multiple choice" form.
What it does
Give it a first amendment dillema, and it'll step you through the various tests of scrutiny and balancing that a court might apply in considering the legality of the speech you've made (or want to stop).
How we built it
Challenges we ran into
Accomplishments that we're proud of
First amendment law being somewhat understandable now
What we learned
What "Prior Restraint", "Absolute Privilege", and the "Brandenburg Test" are.
What's next for First Amendment Flowchart
Make it more programmable. Then add options for all of the cases that we don't know about because we aren't first amendment lawyers.