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Supreme Court Case

SCOTUS FlashCards; Constitutional Question, Conclusion/Precedent, Year

Marbury V. Madison (1803) Question over Article III Precedent for Judicial Review; Supreme Court has the End-all-be-all to decide what is or isn't Constitutional
McCullough V. Maryland (1819) Question over Powers of Congress Precedent: Necessary and Proper Clause gave Congress Implied powers not explicitly stated in the Constitution
Gibbons V. Ogden (1824) Question over the Commerce Clause Precedent: Congress has the ability to regulate interstate commerce
Barron V. Baltimore (1833) Question over Bill of Rights and State Governments Precedent: That the bill of rights DID NOT apply to State Governments
Dred Scott V. Sandford (1857)
Plessy V. Ferguson
Schneck V. US
Korematsu V. US
Brown V. Topeka Board of Education
Mapp V. Ohio
Buckley V. Valeo
Regents of the University of California V. Bakke
Gideon V. Wainwright
Miranda V. Arizona
Griswold V. Connecticut
Roe V. Wade
Baker V. Carr
Gitlow V. New York
New York Times V. Sullivan
Engel V. Vitale
Lemon V. Kurtzman
New Jersey V. T.L.O.
Gregg V. Georgia
US V Nixon
Bush V. Gore
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