On Monday, the Supreme Court handed down a decision in Utah v. Strieff, involving the intricacies of the Fourth Amendment’s search and seizure doctrine, and the accompanying exclusionary rule.
Earlier this week, the Supreme Court added three cases to its docket for the Court’s next term. Two of the newly granted cases take on issues surrounding the death penalty, while the other case involves state legislature redistricting.
Tonight, C-SPAN and the National Constitution Center look at the landmark Youngstown Steel case, where the Supreme Court limited President Truman’s executive powers under the Constitution.
In a decision that shaped the First Amendment’s right to free speech for nearly 50 years, the Supreme Court ruled in Schenck v. United States on March 3, 1919.
In one of the most widely condemned decisions in U.S. history, the Supreme Court held that the right to freely contract is a fundamental right under the 14th Amendment.
As the Supreme Court starts its new term, here is a quick look at the newest batch of cases accepted by the nine Justices this past week.
California Governor Jerry Brown has a decision to make.