APGOV SUPREME COURT CASES #2

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  1. Freedom to associate with people who share a common interest. alabama couldn't take membership list and harass members
    NAACP v. Alabama
  2. No community could use its power to grant parade permits to stifle free expression. Can't restrict freedom of assembly and associate - even for Nazis/people you don't agree with
    Collins v. Smith
  3. Burning of American flag is not illegal because the action is symbolic speech, which is protected by 1st Amendment
    Texas v. Johnson
  4. State ban on all abortions is unconstitutional. No state control during 1st trimester; limit to protect mom's health in 2nd trimest; banned in 3rd unless mom's health in danger
    Roe v. Wade
  5. Said death penalty was cruel and unusual punishment. Court overturned.
    Furman v. Georgia
  6. 4th Amendment's protection against unreasonable search and seizures was extended to the states. Illegally seized evidence can't be used
    Mapp v. Ohio
  7. Implied liberties in Bill of Rights protected a right to privacy, including right to family planning between  husband and wife.
    Griswold v. Connecticut
  8. Can use illegally obtained evidence when this evidence led police to a discovery they would have made without it
    Nix v. Williams
  9. State can't force newspapers to allow space for certain things - gov't can't interfere with print media - would violate 1st amendment
    Miami Herald v. Tornillo
  10. Statements about public figures are libelous only if made with malice and reckless disregard for the truth
    New York Times v. Sullivan
  11. Missouri said can't use state funds or state employees to perform abortions
    Webster v. Reproductive Health
  12. Death penalty is constitutional - not cruel or unusual punishment "extreme sanction, suitable to most extreme of crimes"
    Gregg v. Georgia
  13. Court changed standard for evaluating restrictions on abortion to one with more regulations. Parnetal consent, 24 hour waiting, tell risks
    Planned Parenthood v. Casey
  14. Tinkers suspended from school because armbands to protest Vietnam War = violation of 1st amendment rights. Freedom of speech went beyond spoken word
    Tinker v. Des Moines
  15. Extended 6th amendment to states (attorney). Right to an attorney for everyone accused of a felony in a state court, however poor.
    Gideon v. Wainwright
  16. Established guidelines for police questioning. Suspects told: right to remain silent, what say can be used against, right to a lawyer present during questioning
    Miranda v. Arizona

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