No one is above the law...not even the president.
Determined the FL Supreme Court could not order a recount of ballots.
What is it called when the U.S. Supreme Court decides whether something is legal or illegal (unconstitutional)?
Suspects cannot be questioned (interrogated) until they are informed of their rights (right to remain silent, right to an attorney, etc.)
Established the Supreme Courts power of “Judicial Review” to see if laws are Constitutional / Unconstitutional. (Judicial Branch interprets the laws)
Established “Separate but Equal”, which provided separate public facilities for both whites and blacks as long as they were equal.
A person accused of a crime no matter how poor has the right to an attorney during trial. Enforces the 6th Amendment.
Ruled that “Separate but Equal” was Unconstitutional.
Juveniles are allowed to have “Due Process” rights. (right to a trial, right to an attorney, right to question witnesses, etc.)
Students have the right to free speech at school as long it doesn’t disrupt school activities. (wearing black armbands in protest)
Legal or social separation of races.
Allowed for the censorship (blocking) of materials / stories written in school newspapers.
Which constitutional principle is applied when police inform suspects of their rights?
What was the Supreme Court's decision in the Dred Scott case?
What is called when someone is being forced to testify against oneself?