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Government directed prayer violates the establishment clause of the first amendment.
set limits on campaign donations
stated that statutory or administrative sex classifications had to be subjected to an intermediate standard of judicial review.
separate but equal is inherently unequal
Incorporated the 6th Amendment to the States.
States may not require curricula to align with the views of any particular religion.
Suspects are granted the right to a lawyer
Stated that money was free speech, thus creating Super PACs
The first amendment does not protect student newspapers
Congress could use the commerce clause to force private businesses to abide by the civil rights act of 1964
The exclusion of the Japanese during World War 2 was constitutional
Funding to a private religious school must pass the Lemon test
incorporated the fourth amendment to the states
established the precedent of judicial review
though the Constitution does not specifically give Congress the power to establish a bank, it does delegate the ability to tax and spend, and a bank can help them collect and distr
The fourteenth Amendment, and the first amendment does not protect anarchy and overthrow of the government
decision wherein the court redefined its definition of obscenity to that “judged to be obscene by the average person, applying contemporary community standards.'
A person must be read their “Miranda” rights
Incorporated Freedom of the press to the states
An administrator can search a students bag if they have reasonable suspicion
affirmative action is legal, quotas are illegal
stated that for the government to censor, they must have proof that it represents clear and grave danger
The Fifth Amendment right to protection against double jeopardy is not a fundamental right incorporated by the Fourteenth Amendment to the individual states.
first amendment applies to the states
Established Separate but equal facilities
Stated that the defendant must be given counsel upon their request
effectively resolved the dispute surrounding the Presidential election in 2000
A Connecticut law criminalizing the use of contraceptives violated the right to marital privacy
Texas law making it a crime to assist a woman to get an abortion violated her due process rights
Obscenity is not protected by the First Amendment, but more strictly defines what is considered 'obscene'.
stated that the right to regulate interstate commerce was granted to congress.
established the clear and present danger test
redistricting based on race must be held to a standard of strict scrutiny under the equal protection clause.
Police may stop a person if they have a reasonable suspicion that the person has committed or is about to commit a crime, and may frisk the suspect for weapons if they have reasona
Stated that a criminal suspect has the right to counsel
Ruled that the Line-Item veto was unconstitutional
Stated that laws on flag burning are prohibited
The First Amendment, as applied through the Fourteenth, did not permit a public school to punish a student for wearing a black armband as an anti-war protest
president cannot use executive privilege as an excuse to withhold evidence that is relevant in a criminal trial.
upheld a Missouri law that imposed restrictions on the use of state funds, facilities, and employees in performing, assisting with, or counseling on abortions
private organizations are permitted to discriminate
first amendment permits a public school to punish a student for giving a lewd and indecent speech
reaffirmed the use of the death penalty
The arbitrary and inconsistent imposition of the death penalty violates the Eighth and Fourteenth, and constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.
school sponsored bible readings are unconstitutional
This decision requires each state to draw its U.S. Congressional districts so that they are approximately equal in population.
gerrymandering is still allowed
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