Con Law Outline - Constitutional Law 1 I. THE SUPREME...

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Unformatted text preview: Constitutional Law 1 I. THE SUPREME COURT'S AUTHORITY AND ROLE........................................................................................5 A. S TANDING REQUIREMENT .................................................................................................................................................5 B. W AYS TO INTERPRET C ONSTITUTION .................................................................................................................................5 C. M OOTNESS DOCTRINE .....................................................................................................................................................5 D. R IPENESS DOCTRINE .......................................................................................................................................................5 E. M ARBURY V . M ADISON (M ARSHALL 1803)...................................................................................................................5 F. M ARTIN V . H UNTER ' S L ESSEE (S TORY 1816).................................................................................................................5 G. C OOPER V . A ARON (W ARREN O PINION , U NANIMOUS- )....................................................................................................6 H. D ICKERSON (M IRANDA ).................................................................................................................................................6 I. B AKER V . C ARR (B RENNAN- ).........................................................................................................................................6 J. P OWELL V . M C C ORMACK ( )...........................................................................................................................................7 K. G OLDWATER ( )............................................................................................................................................................7 II. NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE POWERS - STATES IN THE FEDERAL SYSTEM...........................................7 A. M C C ULLOCH V . M ARYLAND (M ARSHALL- 1819)............................................................................................................7 B. US T ERM L IMITS , I NC . V . T HORNTON (S TEVENS- 1995)..................................................................................................8 III. EARLY COMMERCE POWER AND ITS FEDERALISM-BASED LIMITS..................................................8 A. C ONGRESS DOES NOT HAVE GENERAL POLICE POWERS ..........................................................................................................8 B. C OMMERCE P OWER A FFIRMED IN F OLLOWING C ASES .........................................................................................................8 C. G IBBONS V . O GDEN (M ARSHALL- 1824)........................................................................................................................8- 1824)....
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Con Law Outline - Constitutional Law 1 I. THE SUPREME...

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