Supreme Court Decisions

Major Decisions-New York Times v United States

The U.S. Courts have constantly battled with the interpretation and application of the United States Constitution. An issue that is constantly arising in litigation in the Supreme Court is the First
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Major Decisions-Regents of U. of California v. Bakke

The Supreme Court of the United States seems to have dealt with the many numerous issues that have proven to be of controversy in the United States in modern history. One of
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Major Decisions-McCulloch v. Maryland

  McCulloch v. Maryland proved to be an extremely important Supreme Court case which would impact how the laws and the Constitution of the United States would be applied in
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Major Decisions-Miranda v Arizona

The Miranda v. Arizona case is one that was considered to be as a result of the legal aid movement of the 1960s. The concept of the movement was to
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Major Decisions-Gibbons v. Ogden

Prior to the United States Supreme Case of Gibbons v. Ogden, all commerce that was between the states was regulated
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Major Decisions-Marbury v. Madison

Marbury v. Madison is one of the most significant court cases in United States history. Its significance can be evaluated
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Major Cases-US v Nixon

Following the unrest created by the Pentagon Papers and The New York Times v. United States trial, it was clear that there
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Major Decisions: Epperson v Arkansas

The Epperson v. Arkansas trial proved to be among the landmark Supreme Court decisions that would have certain questions or
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Major Decisions-Employment Division v. Smith

The Supreme Court case of Employment Division v. Smith was one that proved to be complex in its nature, for it
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Korematsu v. United States

Korematsu v. United States (1944) was a significant United States Supreme Court case that ruled that the Government's use of Japanese internment camps during World War II was Constitutional. This decision, written
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