The Warren Supreme Court and its Effects on African-American Civil Liberties
The Sixties was a time of change in America, and the American public began to have more liberal views. When Earl Warren became Chief Justice of Supreme Court it made the most dramatic changes and held a far more liberal view than any other Supreme Court before. Some of its most profound rulings were on African-American civil liberties. The Supreme Court changed American law
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the jury the Warren Court reversed the indictment of the Louisiana grand and upheld the defendantís rights of equal protection under the Fourteenth Amendment. This ruling meant that the states where forced to give colored people a fair trail. They could no longer just streamline them into charges and give them an unfair trail. Now colored people where assured they would get a fair trail and be judged by a jury of their peers.