Supreme Court Cases

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Supreme Court Cases
2014-08-31 21:46:15

Supreme Court Cases
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  1. What U.S. Supreme Court case specified the conditions under which deadly force could be used to apprehend a suspected felon?
    Tennessee v. Garner
  2. Which U.S. Supreme Court case was responsible for the creation of the exclusionary rule?
    Weeks v. U.S.
  3. This Supreme Court case has become the basis for stop and frisk.
    Terry v. Ohio
  4. Chimel v. California established
    that officers can only search the person arrested and the area under that person's "immediate control"
  5. The 1984 U.S. Supreme Court case U.S. v. Leon established the...
    good faith exception
  6. Which Supreme Court ruling applied the principles developed in Weeks v. U.S. to trials in state courts?
    Mapp v. Ohio
  7. Which 1936 Supreme Court case prohibited corporal punishment as a means of obtaining a confession?
    Brown v. Mississippi
  8. In ___, the U.S. Supreme Court stated that considerations of public safety can be overriding and negate the need for rights advisement prior to limited questioning.
    New York v. Quarles
  9. Which U.S. Supreme Court case established the right to counsel for juvenile defendants?
    In Re Gault
  10. Which Supreme Court case held that overcrowding in prisons is not by itself cruel and unusual punishment?
    Rhodes v. Chapman
  11. Which Supreme Court case provided inmates with appropriate due process before sanctions could be levied against them?
    Wolff v. McDonnell
  12. Which Supreme Court decision held that delinquency must be established beyond a reasonable doubt?
    In re Winship
  13. Kent v. U.S. Provided for ____ in juvenile court.
    due process
  14. In which case did the U.S. Supreme Court hold that juveniles do not have a constitutional right to a trial by jury?
    McKeiver v. Pennsylvania
  15. Which Supreme Court case concluded that the results of DNA testing can be acceptable in criminal trials?
    Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharamaceuticals