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									The Warren Court
Jill St. Laurent
              Carley Denis
Earl Warren

• 14th Chief Justice
•Very Liberal vs Conservative
•Appointed by Eisenhower
•Racial Equality
Brown vs Board of Education
• Linda Brown
  ▫ Student in a segregated school
  ▫ Walked five miles each day
  ▫ Oliver Brown, her father, had NAACP help
• Thurgood Marshal was the head of NAACP
• He challenged the segregation
  ▫ It went against the 14th amendment
• Justice Earl Warren said, “In the eyes of the law,
  justice was colorblind.”
• This meant integration for America
• Huge event in the civil rights movement
Mapp vs Ohio
• Dolree Mapp
• Suspected of hiding a fugitive
• Police
 ▫ No warrant
 ▫ Fake warrant
    She grabbed it and they fought her to get it back
    Attroney wasn’t allowed to enter her house
• Arrested for having pornographic material
• “Exclusionary Rule”
Gideon vs Wainwright
• Gideon was convicted for breaking and entering
• Not granted a lawyer
 ▫ Said only for people in capital cases who can no
   afford and lawyer
• Forced to defend himself
 ▫ Five years in jail
• Hand wrote a note to Supreme Court
 ▫ The supreme court unanimously decided “All
   citizens must be provided a lawyer if they can not
   afford one. This is regardless of crime type.”
Escobedo vs Illinois
• Danny Escobedo arrested in connection with a
• Repeatedly requested for his lawyer but was
  denied to even leave the interrogation room
 ▫ His lawyer even went down there and was denied
• “Escobedo Rule”
 ▫ “Holds that individuals have the right to an
   attorney when an investigation is no long a
   general inquiry…but has begun to focus on a
   particular suspect…”
Miranda vs Arizona
• Ernest Miranda arrested for kidnapping and
  rape of four young girls
• Interrogated for two hours and confessed
• Acquitted
• Led to “Miranda Rights”
 ▫ “Your have the right to remain silent, anything you
   say can, and will be used against you in a court of
   law. You have the right to an attorney. If you
   cannot afford one, one will be appointed for you.”
Engle vs Vitale
•   Prayer be said in public schools voluntarily
•   New Hyde Park Long Island parent sued school
•   Court ruled against the school district
•   Led to “Separation of church and state”
•   Prayer in schools was to be considered
Abbington vs Schempp
• Pennsylvania law required that at least ten Bible
  verses be read each morning in public schools.
• The Schempps, a family from Abington, sued
• The court found the school district wrong again
 ▫ Just like Engle vs Vitale
 ▫ Prayer in schools was to be considered
Tinker vs Des Moines
• Students and parents protesting Vietnam War
• Wore black arm bands
• Tinker children got suspended when they wore
  the bands to school
• Mr. and Mrs. Tinker sued
• Led to freedom of “Symbolic speech”
 ▫ Rights to freedom of speech and expression
Katz vs United States
• Katz arrested for illegal gambling
• FBI had recording device on Phone booth Katz
  habitually used.
• Court ruled in favor of Katz
• Search and Seizure (wiretaps)
 ▫ 4th amendment allowed for the protection of a
   person and not just a person’s property against
   illegal searches whatever a citizen “seeks to
   preserve as private”, even in an area accessible to
   the public
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