Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire.
Miller v. California.
Texas v. Johnson.
Reno v. Johnson.
Schenck v. United States.
McConnell v. Federal Election Commission
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission
New York Times v. Sullivan
Miller v. California
Reno v. ACLU
The Bill of Rights.
A series of debates in the First Congress.
The writings of Thomas Jefferson.
Twentieth-century Supreme Court decisions.
The Federalist papers.
The schools promised to teach no course involving religion.
The aid was not given to particular schools but to the families who chose the schools.
The schools removed all religious symbols and artifacts.
The aid was given directly in the particular schools.
The teachers were certified by the state.
Everson v. Board of Education
Engel v. Vitale
Lemon v. Kurtzman
Zelman v. Simmons-Harris
Lee v. Weisman
Double jeopardy cannot occur.
Defendants who have had their rights violated can plea bargain.
Police officers must be disciplined.
Evidence gathered in violation of the Constitution cannot be used in a trial.
States must prohibit religious displays in court.
Limit illegal immigration.
Prevent crime by addressing its root causes.
Limit the power of courts.
Exclude religious activities by government employees.
Control the behavior of the police.
Had not obtained a search warrant.
Questioned Mapp in an impolite manner.
Used unncecessary force.
Refused to let Mapp contact her lawyer.
Spied on Mapp with binoculars.
Mapp v. Ohio.
Miranda v. Arizona.
Gideon v. Wainwright.
Brown v. Board of Education.
Gitlow v. New York.