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25 Cards in this Set

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1925 Gitlow v. New York
First Amendment, Freedom of Speech
1931 Near v. Minnesota
First Amendment, Freedom of the Press
1937 De Jonge v. Oregon
First Amendment, Freedom of assembly
1940 Cantwell v. Connecticut
First Amendment, Free excercise of religion
1947 Everson v. Board of Education
First, Establishment of religion
1958 NAACP v. Alabama
First, Freedom of association
1963 NAACP v. Button
First, Right to petition government
1949 Wolf v. Colorado
4th, no unreasonable searches and seizures
1961 Mapp v. Ohio
4th, exclusionary rule
What is the exclusionary rule?
legal principle holding that evidence collected or analyzed in violation of the U.S. Constitution is inadmissible for a criminal prosecution in a court of law
1897 Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy v. Chicago
Guarantee of just compensation, Fifth
1964 Mallory v. Hogan
Immunity from self-incrimination, fifth
Benton v. Maryland 1969
fifth, immunity from double jeopardy
1932 Powell v. Alabama
6th, right to counsel in capital cases
1948 In re Oliver
Right to public trial, 6th
1963 Gideon v. Wainwright
sixth, Right to counsel in felony cases
1965 Pointer v. Texas
6th, Right to confrontation of witnesses
1967 Klopfer v. North Carolina
right to speedy trial, 6th
1966 Parker v. Gladden
Right to impartial jury, 6th
1967 Washington v. Texas
6th, right to compulsory process for obtaining witnesses
1968 Duncan v. Louisiana
6th right to jury trial for serious crimes
1972 Argersinger v. Hamlin
6th, right to counsel for all crimes involving jail terms
1962 Robinson v. California
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment, 8th
1965 Griswold v. Connecticut
9th, right of privacy
Which amendments are not incorporated?
The second (right to bear arms) , the third (quartering of soldiers), the seventh (right to jury in trial in civil cases), fifth (the right to grand jury indictment), eighth (freedom from excessive fines or bail)