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Supreme Course Cases - Wanlin Final


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Engel v. Vitale
(1962) ruled that there should be no prayer in school
Schenek v. United States
(1997) upheld the law that abortion protesters much be 15 feet from clinics
Sheppard v. Maxwell
(1966) ruled that restrictions can be placed on the press in order to give someone the right to a fair trial
Gregory v. City of Chicago
(1976) upheld the right to a peaceful protest after protesters followed a mayor to his home
Whitney v. California
(1927) states that it is a crime for anyone to become a member of any group known to espouse political change
Plessy v. Ferguson
(1896) upheld separate but equal
Baker v. Carr
(1962) established that federal courts can hear suits seeking to force state authorities to redraw electoral districts
Jaffe v. Redmond
(1996) held for the first time that federal rules of evidence recognize a psychotherapist-patient privilege, which protects confidential communications in that context from compelled disclosure at a criminal or civil trial
Escebedo v. Illinois
(1964) supreme court reversed the murder conviction of Danny Escobedo because he didn't have access to a lawer
Katz v. United States
(1967) 4th amendment only applies to people not places... police must have a warrant to wiretap
Gideon v. Wainwright
(1963) poor defendents have the right to a state-paid attorney
Roe v. Wade
(1973) women have the right to terminate their pregnancy
Miranda v. Arizona
(1966) a person in police custody cannot be questions if they have not been told that they have the right to remain silent, the right to an attorney, anything they say can be used as evidence against them
Dred Scot v. Sanford
(1857) stated that slaves were property not citizens
Mapp v. Ohio
(1961) evidence seized in violation of the 4th amendment could not be used as evidence in trial

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