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Cleveland Board of Education v. LaFleur
a) Protects pregnancy leave b) Outlawed reverse discrimination c) Cannot print anything that will harm society (War Plans) d) Illegally obtained evidence cannot be used
Roe v Wade
a) Outlaws one minute silent prayer b) Illegally obtained evidence cannot be used c) Cannot print anything that will harm society (War Plans) d) Abortion is legal
Regents of California v Bakke
a) Protects pregnancy leave b) Outlawed reverse discrimination c) Illegally obtained evidence cannot be used d) Limits free speech during war (clear and present danger)
Furman v Georgia
a) Outlawed reverse discrimination b) Must provide an attorney c) Struck down mandatory death penalty d) Outlaws relocation during wartime
Lee v Weisman
a) No prayer at public school graduation b) Reading Bible over announcements Unconstitutional c) Limits free speech during war (clear and present danger) d) Outlaws one minute silent prayer
Wallace v Jeffree
a) Reading Bible over announcements Unconstitutional b) No prayer at public school graduation c) Outlaws one minute silent prayer d) Struck down mandatory death penalty
School District of Abington Township v Schempp
a) Reading Bible over announcements Unconstitutional b) Outlaws one minute silent prayer c) No prayer at public school graduation d) Outlawed reverse discrimination
Mapp v Ohio
a) Limits free speech during war (clear and present danger) b) Illegally obtained evidence cannot be used c) Protects pregnancy leave d) African Americans are not citizens and are not protected under the Constitution
Ex Parte Milligan
a) Supreme Court has Judicial Review b) No prayer at public school graduation c) Cannot hold a prisoner without a good cause for imprisonment d) Struck down mandatory death penalty
Schenck v United States
a) Limits free speech during war (clear and present danger) b) Reading Bible over announcements Unconstitutional c) No prayer at public school graduation d) Struck down mandatory death penalty
New York Times v United States
a) Illegally obtained evidence cannot be used b) Outlaws mandatory school prayer c) Cannot print anything that will harm society (War Plans) d) Struck down mandatory death penalty
Marbury v Madison
a) Outlaws one minute silent prayer b) Illegally obtained evidence cannot be used c) Supreme Court has Judicial Review d) Outlaws mandatory school prayer
Gideon v Wainwright
a) Abortion is legal b) Struck down mandatory death penalty c) Protects pregnancy leave d) Must provide an attorney
Gitlow v New York
a) cannot print anything that poses clear and present danger b) Supreme Court has Judicial Review c) Polygamy is unconstitutional d) Illegally obtained evidence cannot be used
Miranda v Arizona
a) Polygamy is unconstitutional b) school bus for all students c) Must provide an attorney d) Must read people their rights
Engel v Vitale
a) Must provide an attorney b) Outlaws mandatory school prayer c) Cannot print anything that will harm society (War Plans) d) Limits libel law and allows criticism of public officials
Wisconsin v Yoder
a) Amish children leave school after 8th grade b) Limits free speech during war (clear and present danger) c) Must provide an attorney d) Reading Bible over announcements Unconstitutional
Reynolds v United States
a) Outlaws mandatory school prayer b) cannot print anything that poses clear and present danger c) Limits free speech during war (clear and present danger) d) Polygamy is unconstitutional
New York Times v Sullivan
a) Must read people their rights b) Limits libel law and allows criticism of public officials c) Supreme Court has Judicial Review d) No prayer at public school graduation
Everson v Board of Education
a) Limits libel law and allows criticism of public officials b) school bus for all students c) cannot print anything that poses clear and present danger d) Outlaws one minute silent prayer
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