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Reading Through History is pleased to present: Landmark Supreme Court Cases. It includes 150 pages of the most the most significant Supreme Court judgements in United States history. Whether you’re searching for cases related to Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, or civil rights, this is a go-to resource for anyone in need of an introduction to “the highest court in the land.” This is sure to be a perfect fit for anyone wanting to brush up on the basics of notable Supreme Court decisions. Court cases include: Marbury v. Madison, Plessy v. Ferguson, Brown v. the Board of Education, Tinker v. Des Moines, Miranda v. Arizona, Roe v. Wade and many, many more! There is also an introductory unit which focuses on the procedures and history of the United States Supreme Court. This is not intended for those doing in-depth research. It is merely introductory information for those wishing to familiarize themselves with famous Supreme Court cases, or those needing a brush up on the basics.
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vMiranda vAbington School District vKentucky, 476 U.SKatzenbach, 383 U.SA majority of the Court rejected the school's argument that since the prayer was student initiated and student led, as opposed to officially sponsored by the school, it did not violate the First AmendmentUnited States, 339 U.SRaich, 545 U.S*This case relates to students1979) The competence of a committed patient is presumed until he or she is adjudicated incompetentHis attorney argued in court that the confession should have been inadmissible, and in 1966, the Supreme Court agreedMarbury was one of former President John Adams' appointees, and the court decided that although he had a right to the position, the court couldn't enforce his appointmentTrucking Unlimited, 404 U.SGeorgia (1976)New York: Facts on Filev t e Lists of United States Supreme Court cases List of cases by Court Jay, Rutledge, and Ellsworth Courts (17891800) Marshall Court (180135) Taney Court (183664) Chase Court (186473) Waite Court (187488) Fuller Court (18881910) White Court (191021) Taft Court (192130) Hughes Court (193041) Stone Court (194146) Vinson Court (194653) Warren Court (195369) Burger Court (196986) Rehnquist Court (19862005) Roberts Court (2005present) Complete list Lists of United States Supreme Court cases by volume (United States Reports) By recent term 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 By subject matter Capital punishment First Amendment Mental health Indian tribes Legal standing Copyright Jehovah's Witnesses Other lists Landmark decisions 1 (1958) The states are bound by the decisions of the Supreme Court and cannot choose to ignore them
Rees, 553 U.SWade (1973): Norma McCorvey, identified as "Jane Roe," sued Dallas County District Attorney Henry Wade over a law that made it a felony to have an abortion unless the life of the mother was in dangerBuckley v1 (1957) The Constitution supersedes all treaties ratified by the SenateGomillion v 79c7fb41ad