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What's the Most Important Supreme Court Case No One's Ever Heard Of?

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Supreme Court Cases: Miranda, Mapp, and Gideon

This is a three part unit covering important Supreme Court cases that deal with issues concerning the rights of the accused. Included in the downlo...

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The Supremes' Greatest Hits, Revised & Updated Edition: The 37 Supreme Court Cases That Most Directly Affect Your Life

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The Supreme Court case, Plessy vs. Ferguson, stated that being separate but equal was okay. Later that case was overturned in 1954 with the Supreme Court case, Brown vs. Board of Education. This case was important because it brought segregation into the US, which left a negative impact in the American society.

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A Simple Guide to the Aereo Supreme Court Case - One of the least publicized, but possibly one of the most important media industry copyright cases of the last decade goes to court next week. The Supreme Court decision not only

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Death Penalty Cases: Leading U.S. Supreme Court Cases on Capital Punishment (Paperback)

Death Penalty Cases: Leading U.S. Supreme Court Cases on Capital Punishment

The courts of England and Wales have seen a lot of litigation this year. I have scoured our Supreme Court case digest archives and the internet to create my list of the ten most important cases of 2014.

L.O.1: The judiciary contains multiple types of federal courts. There are three levels of federal courts including the highest court, the U.S. Supreme Court, the intermediate U.S. Courts of Appeals, and the lowest federal court, the U.S. District Courts. Through this layering of courts, the Supreme Court can concentrate on only the most important cases. The Congress-established district courts see most federal cases, while the thirteen U.S. courts of appeals review appealed district court…

~ Chief Justice John Marshall ~ Historical Spotlight - currently featuring a video series on the Supreme Court case of Hylton v. United States. This often-overlooked case is one of the most important cases in Supreme Court history. Take your history curriculum to the next level.

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