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U.S History

U.S History Important Court Cases!

Marbury vs. Madison 1803 Power of Judicial Review! Expanded the Government!
Dred Scott vs. Sandford 1857 Limited people's power
Plessy vs. Ferguson 1896 Separated but equal and Limited people
Schenck vs. U.S 1918 Limited power clear+present Danger.
Korematsu vs. U.S. 1944 Japanese Court Case it Limited out state peoples rights.
Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka,KS 1954 Expanded right for government to take action,
Miranda v. Arizona (1966) The court ruled that those subjected to in-custody interrogation be advised of their constitutional right to an attorney and their right to remain silent. Expanded the rights of the people.
U. S. v. Richard Nixon (1974) The court rejected Richard Nixon’s claim to an absolutely unqualified privilege against any judicial process. Expanded the powers of the government.
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