Individual Rights and Liberties under the U.S. Constitution

The Case Law of the U.S. Supreme Court

Individual Rights and Liberties Under the U.S. Constitution references more than 2,500 U.S. Supreme Court opinions and covers ten major decisional areas: general issues of constitutional rights; procedural rights; personal inviolability and liberty; substantive guarantees against criminal or civil penalties; personal or family privacy and autonomy; searches and seizures; freedoms of conscience, thought, and religion; freedoms of speech, press, assembly, and association; substantive protection of property rights and economic interests; and equal protection. It also includes a comprehensive introductory chapter on the Supreme Court.
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Biographical Note

loannis G. Dimitrakopoulos is a Judge of the Supreme Administrative Court (Council of State) of Greece. He is currently detached to the European Union, serving as a Principal Legal Adviser of the European Ombudsman in Strasbourg.

Chapter 1: The U.S. Supreme Court—An Overview
Chapter 2: General Issues of Constitutional Rights
Chapter 3: Procedural Rights
Chapter 4: Dignity and Worth of the Individual—Personal Inviolability and Liberty
Chapter 5: Substantive Guarantees Against Criminal or Civil Penalties
Chapter 6: Personal or Family Privacy and Autonomy
Chapter 7: Searches and Seizures
Chapter 8: Freedoms of Conscience, Thought, and Belief—Religious Freedom
Chapter 9: Freedoms of Speech, Press, Assembly, and Association
Chapter 10: Substantive Protection of Property Rights and Economic Interests
Chapter 11: Equal Protection

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