- Many states restrict voters' freedom of speech on Election Day, writes Danny Cevallos
- That's how Justin Timberlake came under scrutiny for a voting booth selfie, he writes
Danny Cevallos (@CevallosLaw) is a CNN Legal Analyst and a personal injury and criminal defense attorney practicing in Pennsylvania and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his.
(CNN)When you go into the polling booth on Election Day, you can't necessarily count on having the kind of virtually unlimited freedom Americans are guaranteed under the First Amendment. Just ask Justin Timberlake.