Colonel Drummond argues for a teacher accused of the crime of teaching evolution. He suggests that making evolution a crime could be a chain reaction that leads to censorship and a government-imposed belief system.
A lawyer reminds the jury to not let their personal stance on an issue affect the ability of others to enjoy a product or service. He urges the members of the jury to support the freedom of expression and warns that their decision could place unnecessary restrictions on the citizens' first amendment rights.
When Barney understands that Frankie Flint is not allowed to have certain items because of the restriction from her father, he tells Andy and Ellie what he would do to make sure that she is able to express her freedoms and rights.