Large Color Signed Photograph of the Famed Warren Court, Obtained From the Family of Justice Brennan

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There have been two great creative periods in American public law. During the first, the John Marshall Court laid down the foundations of the American system. During the second, the Earl Warren era (from 1953-1969), the Court reinterpreted much of the corpus of constitutional law. In terms of creative impact Warren’s tenure...

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Large Color Signed Photograph of the Famed Warren Court, Obtained From the Family of Justice Brennan

There have been two great creative periods in American public law. During the first, the John Marshall Court laid down the foundations of the American system. During the second, the Earl Warren era (from 1953-1969), the Court reinterpreted much of the corpus of constitutional law. In terms of creative impact Warren’s tenure can be compared only with that of Marshall.

Among its most consequential cases was Brown vs. Board of Education, which ended segregation in public schools; Miranda v. Arizona, holding that evidence is admissible at trial only if the defendant was informed of the right to counsel; Baker vs Carr that established the ‘one-person, one-vote’ principle in all legislative apportionments; numerous cases that expanded First Amendment rights across the board; and so many other landmark cases.

Signed photograph, approximately 12″ x 17″, signed by the members who serviced from 1966-1967. Signers: Earl Warren; Hugo Black; Byron White; Abe Fortas; William O Douglas; John Marshall Harlan; Potter Stewart; Tom C. Clark; William J. Brennan.

This is the first signed Supreme Court photograph we have ever offered which was obtained directly from the family of one of the member justices.

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