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Supreme CourtCases

Supreme Court Cases

QuestionAnswer
sexual speech at high school Bethel vs. Fraiser
supreme court rules in favor of the school for right to control freedom of speech Bethel vs. Fraiser
school builds up society, not individual Bethel vs. Fraiser
3 kids wore armbands protesting vietnam christmas peacetime Tinker vs. DesMoines
1971, info on why us got in vietnam was leaked NY times vs. US
Pentagon Papers NY times vs. US
President can sensor publication if its a national threat to security NY times vs. US
Supreme court rules in favor for freedom of press 1st amm. NY times vs. US
Accused of robbing bar Gideon vs. Wainwright
Does not know he has a right to a lawer Gideon vs. Wainwright
14th and 6th amendment are in question Gideon vs. Wainwright
Arrested for kidnapping and rape Miranda vs. arizona
Confession was irrelevant, for he was never read his rights Miranda vs. Arizona
Violates "sedition act" schenck vs. U.S.
Sends anti-war letters to people being drafted schenck vs. U.S.
violates 1st am, compress freedom of speech if dangerous schenck vs. U.S.
opened illigal birth controll building Grisworld vs. Connecticut
parents have a right to privacy Grisworld vs. Connecticut
Principal deletes articles from school paper Kujlmeier vs. Hazelwood
Bag searched at school when caught smoking cigarettes New Jersey vs. T.L.O.
Found drugs in girls bag, reasonable search New Jersey vs. T.L.O.
Commited federal crime, swore false oath Nixon vs. U.S.
Big case for seperation of powers Nixon vs. U.S.
Man mad that money was going to private schools Lemon vs. Kurtzman
Money cannot go to personal salaries, cannot entangle religion of the state Lemon vs. Kurtzman
Police raided house with faulty warrent Mapp vs. Ohio
Arrested woman for porn, warrent was for missing person Mapp vs. Ohio
kkk leader talks to reporter about protesting Brandenburg vs. Ohio
Because it was not violent protesting, arrest was un constitutional Brandenburg vs. Ohio
Makes illigal betting deal in phone booth from N.Y. to Boston Katz vs. U.S.
telephone convo is recorded, invasion of privacy Katz vs. U.S.
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