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  • Civil Rights In Conflict

    Oct 18, 2009You just clipped your first slide! Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips.

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  • In the Supreme Court of the United States

    NO. 08-1448 In the Supreme Court of the United States ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, in his official capacity as Governor of the State of California, and E DMUND G. BROWN, JR., in his official capacity as Attorney General of the State of California, Petitioners, v. ENTERTAINMENT M ERCHANTS A SSOCIATION and ENTERTAINMENT S OFTWARE A SSOCIATION, Respondents

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  • Concepts

    Pioneer Hi-Bred International, 534 U.S. 124 (2001)(6-2 Supreme Court opinion permitting the patent of seeds) from the Oyez Project of Chicago-Kent School of Law J.I. Case Co. v

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  • Supreme Court Project New Version

    LSW GoPo – Supreme Court Project-Each pair of students must prepare a Visual Aid/Poster/PowerPoint presentation in which they will report on a case they have selected. We will spend time in the computer lab so that research may be done on the cases.

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  • Kennedy v. Mendoza

    The case, heard jointly with Rusk v. Cort, was appealed to the Supreme Court by United States Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. Supreme Court decision. In a five-to-four decision, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Mendoza-Martinez (but upheld his conviction for draft evasion), upholding the ruling by the Southern District Court of California.

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  • Miller v. Alabama: One Year Later

    Jun 25, 2013The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled in May that the Miller holding cannot retroactively apply to juveniles given mandatory life without parole sentences. A year after the Supreme Court ruling, some juvenile justice experts and advocates believe Miller v. Alabama sets the stage for more progressive, state-level juvenile sentencing laws.

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  • Supreme Court Junkie

    I've been getting an additional fix online at the Oyez Project of the Chicago-Kent College of Law, a multimedia archive of the Supreme Court since October 1955. It is fascinating to listen to the arguments posed over the last half-century and find how many have

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  • Most

    Sep 26, 2018Chapman et al. v. California (386 U.S. 18): Cited by 19,811 cases! Fun Fact: HeinOnline links to Oyez, a free law project at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law. It's a multimedia archive dedicated to making Supreme Court case law available to everyone.

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  • PLSC 215

    Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) 6/Monday Take Home Exam I/No Class Meeting Civil Liberties: Limitations on Government Action 8/Wednesday Freedom of Expression: Balancing Interests and Drawing Lines New York Times v. U.S. (1971) Schenck v. U.S. (1919) Tinker v. Des Moines (1969) Texas v. Johnson (1989) Cohen v. California (1971) Miller v.

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  • Chicago

    The Oyez Project at IIT Chicago-Kent will receive $600,000 in funding as one of eight projects chosen as winners of the Knight News Challenge Oyez Project launches new ISCOTUSnow app on

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  • LibGuides: World History since 1500 (HY 104): Primary

    The Oyes Project at Chicago-Kent is a multimedia archive devoted to the Supreme Court of the United States and its work.

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  • United States v. Lopez (1995)

    United States v. Lopez (1995) Summary This month we spotlight the landmark 1995 federalism case U.S. v. Lopez. After half a century of rulings that resulted in the expansion of Congress's power, the Court's ruling in U.S. v. Lopez, which declared the Gun Free School Zones Act an unconstitutional overreach, was seen by some experts []

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  • Texas v. Johnson :: 491 U.S. 397 (1989) :: Justia US

    California, and Tinker v. Des Moines, the majority reaffirmed that the First Amendment protects expressive conduct. To determine the line between mere action and communication, Brennan suggested that courts should consider whether the defendant intended to convey a specific message through the conduct, and whether it was likely that the

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  • Library Atlas

    Dolly Madison Project (ia Center for Digital History) Dramas of the Haymarket (Northwestern Chicago Historical Society) Early American Crime: An Exploration of Crime, Criminals Punishments from America's Past (Anthony Vaver) Einstein Archives Online (U. of Jerusalem, CIT Princeton) Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project (George Washington U.)

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  • Feminists in Academia

    Nearly all of us root for fairness, not for our own . – Nicholas Kristof

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  • Course Information for Students

    Aug 19, 2007(Syllabus)Course Description: This course examines the role of the judiciary in the American system of government as it relates to such issues as race, poverty, privacy, gender, religion, speech, press, assembly and the rights of the accused under the Bill of Rights and the 14th and 15th Amendments. Other issues of current interest to students,

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  • (PDF) Judicial Restraint and Judicial Activism: Reality or

    The existence of judicial restraint and judicial activism is very debatable in the judicial world. However, to categorize justices as being either consistent in their decision or being biased on a case by case basis is an overgeneralization. While it

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  • Secret Bases • I know it when I see it

    The phrase I know it when I see it is a colloquial expression by which a speaker attempts to categorize an observable fact or event, although the category is subjective or lacks clearly defined parameters. The phrase was used in 1964 by United States Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart to describe his threshold test for obscenity in Jacobellis v. Ohio.

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  • Ballot access for presidential candidates

    Find out with Ballotpedia's Sample Ballot Lookup tool Ballot access for presidential candidates. From Ballotpedia

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  • Government Information Portal

    Email Research Help Form For short information questions A librarian will respond within 24 hours Research Assistance Appointment

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  • Chicago

    Graduates of Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology - the names, photos, skill, job, location. Information on the Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology - contacts, students, faculty, finances.

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  • The Marshall Court: A Supreme Beginning by James Franklin

    The Marshall Court A Supreme Beginning. According to the Oyez Project, Marshall's im- Personality, principles and leadership pact on constitutional law is without peer, and his imprint Soon

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  • SCOTUSblog

    Leondra Kruger is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of California. She served in the Office of the Solicitor General of the United States from 2007 to 2013.. When I worked at the Department of Justice, it was pretty common to hear people refer to a certain type of lawyer as a "Department person."

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  • Oyez

    1.12 Video: How did the Supreme Court establish the right to privacy used in Roe v. Wade? Quick Take; Ch 2 Planned Parenthood V. Casey. 2.1 What happened in the states between Roe and Casey? 2.2 What was the Pennsylvania law in question? 2.3 What was the case against the law? 2.4 How had the Court changed since Roe? 2.5 What happened in oral

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  • Home Decades 1950

    California, in which a California obscenity law was challenged by Alberts after his similar conviction for selling lewd and obscene books in addition to composing and publishing obscene advertisements for

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  • LibGuides: World History since 1500 (HY 104): Primary

    Oyez Project at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law | A Multimedia Archive of the Supreme Court of the United States The Oyes Project at Chicago-Kent is a multimedia archive devoted to the Supreme Court of the United States and its work.

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  • IV Arguments Lawyer Pollak argued persuasively that

    IV. Arguments Lawyer Pollak, argued persuasively that liberty of expression was a right to be protected against Lawyer Pollak, argued persuasively that liberty of expression was a right to be protected against

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  • Kennedy v. Mendoza

    The case, heard jointly with Rusk v. Cort, was appealed to the Supreme Court by United States Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. Supreme Court decision. In a five-to-four decision, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Mendoza-Martinez (but upheld his conviction for draft evasion), upholding the ruling by the Southern District Court of California.

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  • Top Ten Supreme Court Decisions

    OYEZ - Supreme Court Decisions. Heritage Homepage. Wikipedia. Navigation. AP US History - APUSH Heritage‎ ‎ Top Ten Supreme Court Decisions. In pairs, your task is to research and rank from #1 to #10 the most impactful Supreme Court Decisions. Your ranking must contain the following: Roe v. Wade (1973) Miller v. California (1973)

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  • Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier

    The 30th anniversary of Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier this year is an opportunity to reflect on the state of journalism in schools. Apply the 1988 Supreme Court precedent to this contemporary scenario in which the student vampire club posts controversial content on the school's FaceLook page.

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