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1954 - overturned separate but equal
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Brown vs Board of Ed
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1947 - reimburse catholic school parents for public busing
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Everson vs Board of Ed
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1962 - No school sanctioned prayer
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Engel vs Vitale
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1963 - No reading of the bible in public schools
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Abbington School District vs Schemp
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1971 - no reimbursing catholic schools for textbooks
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Lemon vs Kurtzmen
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1, Secular purpose;; 2, no entanglement between gov't and religion;; 3, no inhibiting/aiding relig.
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Lemon Test
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1992 - no clergymen or religious practices at graduation ceremonies
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Lee vs Weissman
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2002 - no praying on football field
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Santa Fe Independent School District vs Doe
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1972 - can't restrict amish people from not allowing children to attend school
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Wisconsin vs Yoder
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1990 - can restrict unemployment if person says drugs are part of religion
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Employment of Oregon vs Smith
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1993 - can't tell someone they can't do animal sacrifice
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Church of Lukimi Babalu Aye vs City of Hialeah
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1919 - can't instigate anti-draft belief during war time, clear and present danger
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Schenk vs United States
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1925 - incorporation to the states of the right to free speech
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Gitlow vs New York
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1969 - can't suppress right to symbolic speech;; armbands during vietnam war
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Tinker vs Des Moines
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1973 - indecent sexual desires; offensive sexual behavior outlawed; lacks serious value
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Miller vs California
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1989 - flag burning protected under symbolic speech
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Texas vs Johnson
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1931 - incorporation of freedom of press
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Near vs Minnesota
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1964 - can make statements about public officials
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New York Times vs Sullivan
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1971 - reaffirms prior restraint (CENSORSHIP BEFORE BEING PUBLISHED)
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New York Times vs United States
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1988 - school can censor school newspapers if censorship is related to legit shit
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Hazelwood School District vs Kuhlmeier
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1999 - came out as gay, no longer boy scout
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Boy Scouts vs Dale
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1965 - zones of privacy
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Griswold vs Connecticut
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1961 - evidence obtained without a search warrant is unusable; exclusionary rule
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Mapp vs Ohio
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1968 - criminal searches are constitutional
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Terry vs Ohio
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1984 - inevitable discovery rule: find evidence without warrant but prove you would've found it
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Nix vs Williams
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1984 - Good faith exception; exclusion of exclusionary rule - police mistake with good warrant
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United States vs Lyon
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1966 - people must be informed of rights
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Miranda vs Arizona
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1932 - if you're on death row you have the right to an attorney
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Powell vs Alabama
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1963 - if you can't afford an attorney you'll get one
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Gideon vs Wainwright
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1964 - if you don't have an attorney and haven't been given rights, exclusionary rule for confession
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Escobito vs illinois
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1972 - arbitrary death penalty is unconstitutional
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Fuhrman vs Georgia
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1976 - death penalty is constitutional based on circumstances of case
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Gregg vs Georgia
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1955 - orders desegregation of schools
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Brown vs Board of Ed II
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1996 - declared constitutional amendment unconstitutional; can't invalidate laws protecting gays
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Romer vs Evans
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1978 - quotas are unconstitutional
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Regents of UCal vs Bakke
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1996 - can't use race as factor for accepting students to achieve diversity
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Hopwood vs Texas
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1964 - can't deny access to public places
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Heart of Atlanta Motel vs US
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1994 - guns don't have a substantial amount of effect on commerce
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US vs Lopez
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1971 - ruled against law; can't be unreasonably classified based on gender under 14th amendment
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Reed vs Reed
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