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WNTHS C&E Cases

C&E Supreme Court Cases

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Established the principle of judicial review Marbury v. Madison
Ruled that a national bank could be created under the necessary and proper clause. McCulloch v. Maryland
Ruled in steamboat case that Congress can control interstate commerce. Gibbons v. Ogden
Ruled that segregation in public schools violates the Equal Protection Clause (14th Am). Brown v Board of Education
Ruled that federal government could move Japanese Americans to internment camps during WWII. Korematsu v. United States
Ruled that females have a constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy. Roe v. Wade
Ruled that manual recount of votes violates the 14th Amendment. Bush v. Gore
Ruled that government could not punish inflammatory speech of KKK member unless it causes illegal behavior. Brandenburg v. Ohio
Ruled that it is unconstitutional to have a required prayer in schools. Engel v. Vitale
Ruled that a ban on flag burning violates free speech. United States v. Eichman
Ruled that poor defendants have the right to court-appointed attorneys under 6th Amendment Gideon v. Wainwright
Ruled that a person in police custody cannot be questioned unless informed of their rights. Miranda v. Arizona
Ruled that public school could not suspend students wearing armbands to protest Vietnam War Tinker v. Des Moines School District
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