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AHSGE Supreme Court Cases
Brown v. Board of Education Ends segregation Overturns Plessy v. Ferguson
Dred Scott v. Sanford Said slaves were property not citizens Property protected everywhere Led to Civil War
Gibbons v. Ogden Congress can regulate commercial activities that have both intrastate and interstate dimensions
Gideon v. Wainwright Right to an attorney
Marbury v. Madison John Marshall –chief justice Judicial review
Martin v. Hunter’s Lessee Supreme Court has jurisdiction over state courts Supreme Court is the final court of appeal
McCulloch v. Maryland Upholds elastic clause Congress can regulate interstate trade Protects Congressional creations
Miranda v. Arizona Miranda rights
Plessy v. Ferguson Made segregation legal “separate but equal”
Roe v. Wade Abortion
Worcester v. Georgia Said Cherokee could keep their land in Georgia Ignored by Andrew Jackson
Supreme Court Cases You Need to Know
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