Tinker v. Des Moines Evidence obtained illegally by



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CASE NAME: RESULT:




Tinker v. Des Moines Evidence obtained illegally by

law enforcement cannot be used

in court to convict (“Exclusionary

Rule”)


Texas v. Johnson The accused must be informed by

by law enforcement of their 5th

Amendment protection from self-

incrimination and their 6th amendment

guarantee to an attorney

Skokie v. Illinois An official prayer in public schools

violates the 1st amendment’s

establishment clause which

separates church and state



Engel v. Vitale Symbols are “speech” and those under 18 years of age do not lose their

Constitutional rights in school



New Jersey v. TLO The right to an attorney applies at

the time of questioning – not just

during the trial


Weeks v. U.S. Hate groups are entitled to

Constitutional rights




Gideon v. Wainwright Teachers and school administrators

have the right to act “in loco

parentis” (in place of parents)

and therefore, do not need a

warrant or “probable cause” to

search/seize




Escobedo v. Illinois Flag burning is free speech and

protected by the Constitution




Miranda v. Arizona The 6th amendment guarantee to

counsel applies to state & federal

cases. If the accused cannot afford

an attorney, one will be provided to



them by the government


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