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Supreme Court Cases: Ch. 8 Test

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Marbury vs. Madison
Established Judicial Review
McCulloch vs. Maryland
National government is supreme to states
Dartmouth College vs. Ogden
Upheld power of Judicial Review
Gibbons vs. Ogden
Congress has the power to regulae interstate commerce
Dred Scott vs. Sanford
Congress cannot forbid Slavery. Slaves are not citizens
Plessy vs. Ferguson
Seperate but Equal
Koramatsu vs. US
Japanese can be sent to internment camps during WWII
Brown vs. Topeka Board of Education
Schools must desegragate
Mapp vs. Ohio
Evidence found in a illegal search cannot be used against you
Engle vs. Vitale
No prayer in schools
Gideon vs. Wainright
Everyone has a right to a lawyer
Escobedo vs. Illinois
Everyone can have a lawyer during questioning
Heart of Atlanta Motel vs. US
Hotels and Motels cannot discriminate in providing rooms
Miranda vs. Arizona
Everyone must be read their rights before formal questioning
In Re Gault
Juveniles have a right to due process and a lawyer
Tinker vs. Des Moines School District
Students have free expression in schools
Swann vs. Charlotte Mecklenburg Board of Education
Using busing to integrate schools
Furman vs. Georgia
Death penalty laws can not discriminate
US vs. Nixon
Limits presidents use of Executive Privilege
Roe vs. Wade
Legalized Abortion
Gregg vs. Georgia
Death penalty does not go against the 8th amendment
Regents of California vs. Bakke
Affirmative action can be used in college admissions when properly constructed
New Jersey vs. TLO
Schools can search with reasonable suspicion
Bethel School District vs. Fraser
Schools can limit students speech
Hazelwood School District vs. Kuhlmeier
School can limit publications
Texas vs. Johnson
Flag buring is protected as Freedom of Expression
State vs. Mann
A masters power over a slave is absolute
Leandro vs. NC
Everyon in NC has a right to a sound, and basic education