Bush V. Gore 2000           Election of 2000
Parties                                Defendant: Al GorePlaintiff: George W. Bush
SummaryOn Election night, it appeared as if Al Gore wouldwin the vote. However, the electors of the State ofFlorida could ...
Arguments             Bush                       Gore   Bush argued that a        Gore argued that the    recount in the...
The Decision   The majority of the Federal Supreme Court    Justices voted that the recount violated the Equal    Protect...
New Jersey Vs. T.L.O              (1985)
Plaintiff and Accused   The Plaintiff is the state of New Jersey, and    the accused of this case is T. L .O.
Summary    Two New Jersey girl students were accused    of smoking cigarettes in the bathroom at    school.   The Assist...
Arguments   The Assistant Principal      T.L.O believed that the    decided to search             Assistant Principal of...
Court Decision   The Supreme Court of New Jersey ruled that    the search of T.L .O’s purse was    unconstitutional.   W...
Ruling of the Case   The Supreme Court also ruled that school    officials did not need a warrant to be able to    search...
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  1. 1. Bush V. Gore 2000 Election of 2000
  2. 2. Parties Defendant: Al GorePlaintiff: George W. Bush
  3. 3. SummaryOn Election night, it appeared as if Al Gore wouldwin the vote. However, the electors of the State ofFlorida could not decide on whom to pick becauseof the closeness of the vote. Katherine Harris,Secretary of State for the State of Florida, ordereda recount. George W. Bush petitioned this recountin hope to claim his presidency.
  4. 4. Arguments Bush Gore Bush argued that a  Gore argued that the recount in the vote “intent of the voter” violated the Equal standard was sufficient Protection Clause of under the Equal the 14th Amendment Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment
  5. 5. The Decision The majority of the Federal Supreme Court Justices voted that the recount violated the Equal Protection Clause. The recount in Florida was dismissed. George W. Bush claimed his presidency. This case demonstrated how jurisdiction was utilized by the Federal Court over State Courts
  6. 6. New Jersey Vs. T.L.O (1985)
  7. 7. Plaintiff and Accused The Plaintiff is the state of New Jersey, and the accused of this case is T. L .O.
  8. 8. Summary Two New Jersey girl students were accused of smoking cigarettes in the bathroom at school. The Assistant Principal decided to search T.L.O’ s purse. He found Marijuana, some money after further questioning; he found out that she was selling Marijuana . T.L.O said that the people violated the fourth amendment of the constitution.
  9. 9. Arguments The Assistant Principal  T.L.O believed that the decided to search Assistant Principal of T.L.O without a her school violated the warrant, but had high Fourth Amendment of suspicion about the the Constitution, substances in the items especially her right in T.L.O’s purse against Search and Seizure
  10. 10. Court Decision The Supreme Court of New Jersey ruled that the search of T.L .O’s purse was unconstitutional. When the case went to the Supreme Court, they ruled in favor of New Jersey, and not in favor of her.
  11. 11. Ruling of the Case The Supreme Court also ruled that school officials did not need a warrant to be able to search her; moreover, the Justices say that the officials do not need a probable cause to search her. Not only does this case demonstrate Jurisdiction throughout the Federal Courts and the State Courts, but it does show that school administration has the right to look through personal belongings if they have credible evidence

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