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Who can violate your civil liberties and what are they
only the government can violate your civil liberties, which are protections outlined in the constitution by the government.
Everson Vs. New jersey board of Education(1947)
giving out tax reembursments to kids for trans, some used to pay for private school/VERGO BLACK-REACHES THE VERGE OF POWER,STATE POWER SHOULD NOT BE USED TO HINDER OR AID RELIGION.
Engale Vs. Vitale(1962)
students refused to say a school prayer/ANY PRAYER BY ANYDEF PROMOTED RELIGIOUS INTERACTION THAT WOULD BE UNCONSTITUTIONAL
Sherbet Vs. Vernor(1963)
seventh-day advantist couldn't work saturday, filed for unemployement,denied because it was her choice not to work/SUPREME COURT SAYS SHE HAS RIGHT TO PRACTICE SO STATE INFRINGED ON RIGHTS
Lemon Vs. Kurton
Penn state gave stipend to both public and private school teachers/S.C. UNCONSTITUTIONAL BCZ PUBLIC$$ FUNDS PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS
lEMON TEST
1-does the statute have a secular legislative purpose
2-does it inhibit or advance religion
3-does it foster an excessive entanglement of govern. & religion
Amendment 1
...prohibiting the free exercise there of, or abridging the freedom of speech
Schenk Vs. US(1919)
protested draft,arrested, lost S.C. because Holmes says speech can't promote violence(shoutin' fire in theater)
Tinker Vs. DesMoines(1969)
armbands protesting war,her & brother expelled./S.C. EVEN THOUGH SCHOOL HAS A DRESS CODE,BANDS DIDN'T PASS A THREAT(YOU DON'T LEAVE YOUR CIVIL LIBERTIES AT GATE, MOST GUARDED SPEECH)
Hazle Vs. Kulmeir (1988)
Hazlewood school paper, not published bcz prinicp says no S.C. rights not violated,bcz newspaper is not public
Miller Vs. California(1963)
miller mailed adult books,arrested S.C. ruled obscene material not covered by 1st amendment
1-does the average pep find it appealing to general interest?(meet community standards)
2-does the work depict in an activley sexual conduct over the top according to state(patently offensive)
3-does the work taken as a whole lack LITERARY, ARTISTIC,POLITICAL, OR SCIENTIFIC
Prior Restraint
an order/executive that would stop something from going into publication
Near Vs. Minnesota(1931)
estab. precedence for prior restraint(gag order)Minn passed law PUBLIC NUSSANCE LAW allows judge to stop publication on anything w/out a jury if though crued,lued ---Near published Saturday defaming mayor,police judge used prior restraint S.C. freedom of press outweighs prior restraint,prior restraint only for extreme circumstances
New York Times Vs. US(1971)
Pentagon Papers realesed to times, presz tried prior restraint didn't work
New Jersey Vs. T.L.O(1985)
teacher smells smoke bathroom check,1 girl yes/other said no. no girl taken to prinicipal and purse searched mary jane,pipes,baggies of money,clientel list
Mapp Vs. OHio(1961)
Mapp accused of housing a bomber,searched her house with a fake warrant found porn,arrested(anything found without warrant=exclusion
Roe Vs. Wade(1973)
abortion in texas have to meet requirments that delivering will kill mother(Stary desices-let what is be)
Grand Jury
should case even be put in front of a judge
Capitol crime
felony
Civil case
no jail time/ charges not/lible
NOt GUilty
not enough evidence/innocent didn't do it at all
Miranda Vs.Arizona(1966)
miranda no speaky english accused of raping a woman,picked out of a lineup S.C. relized he don't know wuts goin on(due process),threw out his confession
Gideon Vs.Waintwright(1963)
Gideon hobo pool hall robbed found with ching-change asked judge 4 lawyer-denied.while in prison did some homework found informa poporus(petition court w/out money/& lawyer)S.C. said 6th amendment violated S.C. gave lawyer/fired'm ACLU gave 2/fired'm won
Furman Vs.Gergia(1972)
furman judged by all white jury, jury givin outrageous senteces S.C. said capitol punishment was cruel and unusual
Rights(amendment) not encorporated
2,3,5-right to indictment by grand jury,