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Gitlow v New York

(1925) Freedom of speech
1st Amendment

Near v Minnesota

(1931) Freedom of the press
1st Amendment

Powell v Alabama

(1932) right to counsel in capital cases
6th Amendment

De Jonge v Oregon

(1937) Freedom of assembly, right to petition
1st Amendment

Cantwell v Connecticut

(1940) Free exercise of religion
1st Amendment

Everson v Board of Education

(1947) No establishment of religion
1st Amendment

In re Oliver

(1948) Right to public trial
6th Amendment

Wolf v. Colorado

(1949) Right against unreasonable search and seizure
4th Amendment

Mapp v Ohio

(1961) Exclusionary rule
4th and 5th Amendments

Robinson v California

(1962) Right against cruel and unusual punishment
8th Amendment

Gideon v Wainwright

(1963) Right to counsel in felony cases
6th Amendment

Malloy v Hogan

(1964) Right against self-incrimination
5th Amendment

Pointer v Texas

(1965) Right to confront witnesses
6th Amendment

Parker v Gladden

(1966) Right to impartial jury
6th Amendment

Griswold v Connecticut

(1969) Privacy
1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 9th Amendments

Klopfer v North Carolina

(1967) Right to speedy trial
6th Amendment

Washington v Texas

(1967) Right to compulsory process
6th Amendment

Duncan v Louisiana

(1968) Right to jury trial in cases involving serious crime
6th Amendment

Benton v Maryland

(1969) Right against double jeopardy
5th Amendment

Argersinger v Hamlin

(1972) Right to counsel in any criminal case with potential sentence of incarceration
6th Amendment

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