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1
Supreme Court Cases
2
Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier
3
Rule of Law
  • School officials have the right to regulate
    student speech in school newspapers.

4
Weeks v. United States
5
Rule of Law
  • Evidence obtained illegally may not be used in
    federal court.

6
Schenck v. United States
7
Rule of Law
  • Speech that presents a clear and present danger
    is not protected by the 1st Amendment.

8
Engel v. Vitale
9
Rule of Law
  • School prayer is a violation of the establishment
    clause of the first amendment.

10
Miranda v. Arizona
11
Rule of Law
  • Statements made by accused persons who have not
    been informed of their right to remain silent may
    not be used as evidence against them.

12
University of California v. Bakke
13
Rule of Law
  • A strict quota system based on race is
    unconstitutional.

14
Bethel v. Fraser
15
Rule of Law
  • Limits on school speech by students is not a
    violation of the first amendment.

16
Gibbons v. Ogden
17
Rule of Law
  • Congress has the right to regulate interstate
    commerce.

18
Powell v. Alabama
19
Rule of Law
  • Anyone accused of a capital crime has the right
    to an attorney.

20
Mapp v. Ohio
21
Rule of Law
  • Illegally obtained evidence may not be used in a
    state court.

22
Gideon v. Wainwright
23
Rule of Law
  • Anyone accused of a crime has a fundamental right
    to an attorney.

24
Plessy v. Ferguson
25
Rule of Law
  • Ruling established the separate but equal
    doctrine.

26
New Jersey v. T.L.O.
27
Rule of Law
  • School officials do not need a search warrant
    before searching a student.

28
Shaw v. Reno
29
Rule of Law
  • Racially gerrymandered districts can be
    challenged on equal protection grounds.

30
Gregg v. Georgia
31
Rule of Law
  • The death penalty is not in violation of the 8th
    Amendment cruel unusual punishment.

32
Betts v. Brady
33
Rule of Law
  • Appointment of counsel in a state criminal case
    is not a fundamental right.

34
Rule of Law
  • Illegally obtained evidence may not be used in a
    state court.

35
Rule of Law
  • School officials do not need a search warrant
    before searching a student.

36
Rule of Law
  • Anyone accused of a crime has a fundamental right
    to an attorney.

37
Rule of Law
  • Congress has the right to regulate interstate
    commerce.

38
Rule of Law
  • The death penalty is not in violation of the 8th
    Amendment cruel unusual punishment.

39
Rule of Law
  • Limits on school speech by students is not a
    violation of the first amendment.

40
Rule of Law
  • School prayer is a violation of the establishment
    clause of the first amendment.

41
Rule of Law
  • Anyone accused of a capital crime has the right
    to an attorney.

42
Rule of Law
  • A strict quota system based on race is
    unconstitutional.

43
Rule of Law
  • Ruling established the separate but equal
    doctrine.

44
Rule of Law
  • Speech that presents a clear and present danger
    is not protected by the 1st Amendment.

45
Rule of Law
  • Evidence obtained illegally may not be used in
    federal court.

46
Rule of Law
  • Statements made by accused persons who have not
    been informed of their right to remain silent may
    not be used as evidence against them.

47
Rule of Law
  • School officials have the right to regulate
    student speech in school newspapers.

48
Rule of Law
  • Racially gerrymandered districts can be
    challenged on equal protection grounds.

49
Rule of Law
  • Appointment of counsel in a state criminal case
    is not a fundamental right.
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