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1 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Vocabulary Early Cases 1 st Amendment In Schools Later Cases Hodge Podge

2 The legal reasoning behind the court’s ruling on a case; issued in a written format.

3 (Majority) Opinion of the Court

4 Statement by the Justices who disagreed with the majority.; issued in a written format.

5 Dissenting Opinion

6 Statement by the Justices who agreed with the majority, but for a different reason than the Majority; issued in a written format

7 Concurring Opinion

8 An earlier court decision that guides judges’ decisions in later cases.

9 Precedent

10 This Act established the federal court system.

11 Judiciary Act of 1789

12 This case, early on, established the ability of the Supreme Court to review Congressional Laws.

13 Marbury v. Madison

14 This case made the segregation based upon race a protected legal action.

15 Plessy v. Ferguson

16 This case established the rule that persons accused of felonies have a fundamental right to an attorney

17 Gideon v. Wainwright

18 This case established the fact that police must inform you of your right to remain silent when they are carrying out a custodial interview.

19 Miranda v. Arizona

20 This case removed segregation from public schools, and began the civil rights movement.

21 Brown v. The Board of Education

22 In the case of Tinker v. Des Moines, the Supreme Court stated that students did not shed their Constitutional Rights at “this” location

23 Schoolhouse Gate

24 In Bethel v. Fraser, the Supreme Court stated schools could regulate speech that was inconsistent with the educational mission of the school, even if the speech wasn’t considered….”this”

25 Obscene

26 In Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeir, the principal edited two articles because the publishing of the articles were “reasonably related to legitimate pedagogical (learning) concerns.” What two topics were discussed in the newspaper article?

27 Divorce & Teen Pregnancy

28 While Texas v. Johnson didn’t have anything to do with schools, it established that this act was an act of free speech, and laws against this act were unconstitutional.

29 Burning of the U.S. Flag

30 In Morse v. Frederick, students were suspended for displaying a sign that read, “bong hits 4 Jesus” due to this area of speech where schools were allowed to regulate student speech….

31 A drug reference, specifically the use of the word “bong”.

32 This case was brought against a sitting president, which would have resulted in his impeachment. It compelled him to turn over audio tapes of phone calls made to and from the Oval Office.

33 U.S. v Nixon

34 In the case of in re. Gault, the Supreme Court stated that, you as a juvenile, have a protected a right to this person, as well as to legal counsel.

35 Yo Momma (parents, mother, father, also acceptable)

36 This presidential campaign was decided in the Supreme Court over a disagreement over recounts.

37 Bush v. Gore (2000)

38 D.C. v Heller and McDonald v. Chicago were both cases where The Supreme Court stated the right to own this was a protected right for people, not just an organized militia.

39 Guns (firearms)

40 In the vote recount issue for the case of Bush v. Gore, which state’s votes were under review?

41 Florida

42 The power of the courts to review the actions of other branches or levels of government

43 Judicial Review

44 This is considered the “Supreme Law of the Land” when evaluating conflicts of laws with other laws.

45 The United States Constitution

46 This was the name given to the judicial appointments made by President Adams in the last remaining days and weeks of his Presidency.

47 Midnight Judges

48 Prior to Gideon, Florida only provided a defendant a free lawyer if the case was unusually complex, the defendant was mentally insane, the defendant was illiterate, or “this” other special circumstance…..

49 Death Penalty Case

50 If a citizen is being interviewed by the police, and they are in custody, the reading of what set of rights must be accomplished?

51 Miranda Warning

52 Final Jeopardy

53 Supreme Court Cases Category:

54 This lawyer successfully argued 29 of the 32 cases he brought to the Supreme Court. He became the first African-American Supreme Court Justice in 1967.

55 Thurgood Marshall

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