Presentation on theme: "Supreme Court Cases You Need to Know"— Presentation transcript:
1 Supreme Court Cases You Need to Know GPS Standards:SSCG16 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the operation of the federal judiciary.Explain the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, federal courts, and the state courts.Examine how John Marshall established the Supreme Court as an independent, coequal branch of government through his opinions in Marbury v. Madison (judicial review).Describe how the Supreme Court decides cases.Compare the philosophies of judicial activism and judicial restraint.
2 CasesMarbury vs. Madison – Judicial Review (all federal and state courts)Gibbons vs. Ogden – National Government takes precedence over state laws
3 CasesDred Scott vs. Sanford – Living in a free state doesn’t make a slave freeEx Parte Milligan – President has the power to suspend habeas corpus during wartime (jailing people without telling them why)Plessy vs. Ferguson – separate butequal was ok
4 CasesSchenck vs. United States – government can pass sedition laws during wartime. Clear and Present danger for limiting speechBrown vs. Board of Education – Overturned Plessy vs. Ferguson
5 CasesMapp vs. Ohio – exclusionary rule – evidence gained in an illegal search cannot be used at trialBaker vs. Carr – Established one man, one vote ruleEngel vs. Vitale – prohibited prayer in public schools
6 CasesEscobedo vs. Illinois – confession not admissible if defendant asks for an attorney and is denied one.Miranda vs. Arizona – establishes the rights of the accused
7 Cases Roe vs. Wade – made abortions legal in the first trimester Gideon vs. Wainwright – defendant must be given a public defender if defendant can’t afford an attorney
8 CasesNew Jersey vs. T.L.O. – set up the “reasonable suspicion” clause for schools vs. the “probable cause” for the normal workplaceRegents of University of California vs. Bakke – case involving reverse discriminationKatz vs. United States – Police must obtain search warrant for wiretapping or electronic surveillance devices
9 Judicial review protects and extends constitutional rights. Essential Question?????Judicial review protects and extends constitutional rights.How have court decisions defined the Constitution and the civil liberties of American citizens? (CG16b, d)
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