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J Branch Court Cases

AP GoPo Judicial Branch Test Review Major Court Cases

Expanded freedom of speech. Even hate speech was protected if it didnt encite immediate violence Brandenburg v. Ohio
Destroyed "separate but equal" and allowed schools to be non-segregated. Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas
Right to Counsel (a lawyer) was necessary. Gideon v. Wainwright
Limited freedom of speech. States can prohibit speech if it has a dangerous tendency. Gitlow v. New York
Emphasized the right to privacy. Griswold v. Connecticut
Limiting the press in schools is allowed. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier
Established the "Lemon Test" Determined if laws breached the wall of seperation. Lemon v. Kurtzman
Applied the Lemon Test. Found Nativity Scenes as constitutional. Lynch v. Donnelly
Improperly gathered evidence may not be introduced in a criminal trial. Mapp v. Ohio
Established Judicial Review. Marbury v. Madison
Established what is obscene. Miller v. California
Suspects must be informed of their rights. Miranda v. Arizona
Less strict search standards in shcools. "Reasonable Suspicion" New Jersey v. T.L.O.
Double Jeopardy was not a fundamental right. Palko v. Connecticut
"Seperate but equal" didn't violate the 14th Amendment Plessy v. Ferguson
Speech can be punished if it creates a clear and present threat. Schenck v. U.S.
Students and teachers do not lose freedom of speech in school. Tinker v. Des Moines
Unfair apportionment violated the 14th Amendment. Wesberry v. Sanders
Schools cannot make children stay in school until a certain age. Violates 1st Amendment. Religion Wisconsin v. Yoder
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