[JURIST] The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit [official website] ruled in two cases on Monday that schools cannot punish students for speech or writing created outside the school environment. In JS v. Blue Mountain School District [opinion, PDF], a female middle school student created, on her own computer, a MySpace profile mocking the school principal. The principal suspended the student for 10 days, and the student initiated a civil rights suit against the principal and school district….