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Court Cases

Eight court cases for passing the HSA in Maryland

New Jersey v. T.L.O. School administrators don't need a search warrant to search student possessions. Students do not have an expectation of privacy while at school.
Marbury v. Madison Established the principle of judicial review under Article III of the Constitution.
McCulloch v. Maryland The Constitution grants Congress implied powers to implement the Constitution's expressed powers so that the government can function. State action cannot impede valid exercises of constitutional power by the federal government.
Brown v. Board of Education Ended racial segregation in schools in the United States. Overruled the "separated but equal" principle of the Plessy v. Ferguson case.
Gideon v. Wainwright States are required to provide attorneys for defendants who cannot afford to pay for their own attorneys.
Miranda v. Arizon Police must give a formal warning to criminal suspects in police custody before they are interrogated. This warning is to be sure that suspects are aware of their rights under the Constitution.
Tinker v. Des Moines Public schools may not prohibit student speech unless it disrupts the educational process.
Plessy v. Ferguson Upheld a Louisiana state law that provided for "equal but separate accommodations for the white and colored races."
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