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Landmark Supreme Court Cases

Kevin Creekmore

20 Supreme Court Cases with which High School Students should be familiar.

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2.Congress has the power to regulate interstate commerce
5.Schools can randomly drug test students involved in extracurricular activities
6.Speech that is a clear and present danger is not protected
8.Administration has the right to edit school newspapers
9.Allows searches of students when there is reasonable suspecion
11.The death penalty is not cruel and unusual punishment
13.Gave the Supreme Court the power of Judicial Review
14.seperate but equal doctrine
15.High School student's right do not stop a the schoolhouse door; Free speech
17.The accused is given an attorney if they cannot afford one
18.Gave Congress the power to establish a bank for the United States
19.Reverse discrimination as a result of affirmative action
20.Burning the American flag is a form of protest and protected by 1st amendment
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1.Right to privacy; allowed abortion
3.Reversed sepeate but equal doctrine; seperate cannot be equal.
4.Students may not use the school's loud speaker to initiate student led prayer
7.Coersed prayer at school violates the establishment clause of the 1st Amendment
10.Warrantless electronic survey is illegal and evidence inadmissable
12.The accused shall be told his/her rights upon arrest
16.The exclusionary rule applies to state and local police officers

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