Bill of Rights : Amendment Cases
By Christian Renfroe
What are court cases
A court case shows that some people have had problems with the amendment that the court case is shown to have a problem with.
Court Case #1: Charles T. Schenck V. United States - Amendment 1
Holmes Declared while that freedom of speech needs to be protected, it also needs limits. He gives many reasons and examples, In the end the court agrees with his reasons
Court Case #2: Bliss V. Commonwealth - Amendment Two
Bliss declared that the Constitution stated that the right to bear arms shall not be questioned, Bliss gives many occasions on which people were arrested for carrying a weapon. The Court supports his reasons and agrees with Bliss
Court Case #3: Boyd V. United States - Amendment Four
E.A Boyd's Company was selling glass, the court had decides that he was selling to much glass to a certain company. The Court declared that that was illegal and that the company did not need the glass. Boyd declared that as long as they were paying there was no problem. The Court Agreed.