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Civil Liberty Cases

Lemmon v. Kurtzman Secular purpose, neither advance nor inhibit of religion, avoid excessive government entanglement
Gideon V. Wainwright lawyer provided if cannot afford
Gregg v. Georgia struck down capital punishment laws
Employment Division of Human Serv. Oregon v. Smith religious beliefs not exempt from obeying laws
Furman v. Georgia cruel and unusual punishment
Machetti v. Linanhan representative jury pool
Mapp v. Ohio exclusionary rule
Coy v. Iowa confrontation clause
Quilici v. Village of Morton Grove right to keep and bear handguns not guaranteed
White v. Illinois testimony by doctor or police allowed/confrontation clause not absolute
Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire "fighting words"
Schenck v. U.S. clear and present danger test
Miranda v. Arizona informed of the rights of the accused
Engle v. Vitale sponsor prayer in public school
Brandenburg v. Ohio intent to incite lawless action and likely to produce it
Baltimore City Dept. of Social Services v. Bouknight self-incrimination
Green v. U.S. double jeopardy
Linares right to a grand jury
Church of Lukumi Bablu Aye, Inc v. City of Hialeah unconstitutional banning of animal sacrifices
U.S. v. Cruikshank right to bear arms not guaranteed by the Constitution or Second Amendment
Miller v. California LAPS test
Escobedo v. Illinois lawyer during questioning
Cohen v. California/Johnson v. Texas symbolic speech protected
Re Ex Rel Francis v. ReWeber mitigating or aggravating circumstances
Barnes v. Glen Theatre right to ban nude dancing
Reno v. ACLU declared Communications Decency Act unconstitional
1st Amendment No Religious Establishment; Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly
2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms and states to maintain militia (National Guard) units
3rd Amendment Prohibits forcible Quartering of Soldiers in privates homes
4th Amendment Searches and Seizures, Warrants
5th Amendment Grand Jury Indictment,Double Jeopardy, Self-incrimination, Due Process, and Just Compensation
6th Amendment Speed Public Trial, Impartial Jury, Confront Witnesses, Assistance of Counsel
7th Amendment Jury Trial in civil cases
8th Amendment No Excessive bail, fines or Cruel and Unusual Punishment
9th Amendment Protects unspecified rights (including privacy) Not an Exhaustive List of Rights
10th Amendment Reserved Powers to states, not prohibited by national government
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