[SOLUTION] Supreme Court Cases
Report Topic: Supreme Court Cases. Cover Page, All reports must include a cover page. This page should include the students name, due date for the report, teachers name, title of the report, and if possible a picture related to the court case that the report is based on. Report Format, All reports should be typed. If your report is not typed it should be written in your best penmanship. Sloppy hand written reports will have points taken off accordingly. A typed report should have between 25 to 28 lines per page. Double space after each line of information. Margins, There should be one inch of space (margin) on the top, bottom, right, and left side of all report pages if typed. Report Length, The report length should be at least two or more pages, do not count the cover page and bibliography page as a page. Bibliography, All reports must include a bibliography, a list of the books used in writing ones report. Subject Matter To Be Discussed In Report: (A) Background of the court case. (B) The Constitutional Issue. (C) The Case. (D) What you learned from this court case, and what you liked the most about this court case. What you disliked about the court case. Report Court Cases: Pick any one of the following cases. (These Court Cases Only.) Barron V. Baltimore(1833), Engel V. Vitale(1962), Gibbons V. Ogden(1824), Heart of Atlanta Motel, Inc V. United States(1964), Korematsu V. United States(1944), Marbury V. Madison(1803), McCulloch V. Maryland(1819), Miranda V. Arizona(1966), New Jersey V. T.L.O.(1985), Dred Scott V. Sandford(1857), New York Times Co. V. Sullivan(1964), Olmstead V. United States(1928), Plessy V. Ferguson(1896), Powell V. Alabama(1932), Reed V. Reed(1971), Texas V. Johnson(1989), Roe V. Wade(1973), Wisconsin V. Mitchell(1993).
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