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    Faithless Electors

    National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen discussed the electoral college and explained what…

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    Due Process and the Miranda Warning

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the…

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    The Power of the Supreme Court to Check the President

    This Bell Ringer can be used after students have been introduced to the government’s system of checks…

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    Selective Incorporation: Supreme Court Decision in Timbs v. Indiana

    Institute for Justice attorney Sam Gedge discussed the Supreme Court’s recent Timbs v. Indiana…

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    The 1956 Southern Manifesto

    Yale University law Professor Justin Driver talked about the 1956 “Southern Manifesto,” a document…

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    "Stop and Frisk" Practices and the Fourth Amendment

    Jay Schweikert talked about the use of “stop and frisk” and the legality of the practice based on…

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    The Impact of the End of the Legislative Veto

    Sarah Binder, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution talked about Congress' power to check the…

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    McDonald v. Chicago and Local Gun Restrictions

    Attorney Erin Murphy explained the Supreme Court Case McDonald v. Chicago (2010) and its ruling. She…

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    Tinker v. Des Moines

    Students will examine the historical context of the Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines. They will…

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    Bob Jones University v United States - Supreme Court Case on Interracial Dating

    This bellringer focuses on the Supreme Court case Bob Jones University versus The United States, in…

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    Gideon v Wainwright and the Right to Counsel

    In 1963, based on a handwritten petition from an indigent Florida prisoner, the Supreme Court decided…

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    The Exclusionary Rule and Mapp v Ohio

    The 1961 Supreme Court case of Mapp v. Ohio originated when police officers demanded entry into the home…

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    Broadcast Decency

    Offensive content that appears in television or radio broadcasts can be regulated by the Federal…

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    Unprotected Speech: Obscenity

    Obscene content falls in the category of speech unprotected by First Amendment guarantees. Over the 20th…

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    Unprotected Speech: Defamation (Libel and Slander)

    While speech enjoys broad First Amendment protections in the United States, it is not an unlimited…

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    Time-Place-Manner Restrictions

    While free speech, assembly, and petition are protected under the First Amendment, the Supreme Court has…

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    Symbolic Speech

    Symbolic speech, defined as expression by conduct rather than words, has come before the United States…

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    Freedom of Assembly and Petition

    The First Amendment to the United States Constitution provides that "Congress shall make no…

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    Freedom of Speech

    The First Amendment guarantees that "Congress shall make no law...abridging the freedom of speech."…

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    West Virginia v. Barnette and Religious Liberties

    In 1943, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette case…

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