1.Kylie Francisco
2.Marbury vs. Madison (1803)
3.President John Adams made federal appointed William Marbury as District of Columbia at the end of his term.
4. The decision was brought too the Supreme Court because Madison refused to deliver Marburys papers on which he was appointed by the President.
5. This decision became the first time a law of congress was ever declared unconstitutional which was decided by Chief Justice John Marshall.


Alissa Brink
Gray v. Sanders(1963)
A women in the state of GA. were mostly women, and most of the votes would be from women.
The final decision in the case was to realize and rethink women's rights.
The decision meant that women should have the right to vote. The impact on country is that this would equal more votes for more canidates.

1.Claire Romine
2. United States vs. Susan B. Anthony
3. Susan believed that women should have the right to vote and that not only men should be able to vote
4. The decision was that women could vote now too and not just men
5. The decision meant that now more people would be able to vote and women could vote to. It impacted our country because now all people could vote and not just one gender or another.

1. Stephen Epstein
2. Leser v. Garnett (1922)
3. This case was challenged because a man named Oscar Leser filed suits against the state board of registry because they let two women register to vote even though it was illegal.
4. The case was overturned and they could vote.
5. This made the constitution make women allowed to vote. It affects all women because they can vote now.

sarah rhodes is doing WILLIAMS V. RHODES

1.Grace Grieco
2. Bradwell v. Illinois (1872)
3. Bradwell applied for a license to practice law. She was not given the license because she was a female.
4. When she first applied she didn't get the license. By then end of arguing about how race, color, male or female didn't matter she was still not given the license.
5. The decision meant that even though the arguing about men and women she was still not given the job even though she was qualified. This was still unfair to her and many other women that would have applied. This impacted the country because now anyone that applied could not be tuned away based on race, color, male or female but only if they were not qualified.

Claire Crimando
. Berger Vs. NY*1967*whether or not to use wiretap*Desicion: Berger lost*
This case is important because it extends the right to property to the more abstract property, such as conversation, rather than the purely physical property.


1. Alyssa Fay
2.Breedlove v. Suttles(1937)
3. This case was challanged because,people under 21 and over 60 years old had to pay to vote.
4. The amendment was challanged because it was not fair for elderly people to not be allowed to vote.
5. This affects the world today because now people 18 years old and older are allowed to wote without a fine and getting in trouble.