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Which supreme court case where minority rights ignored?

Korematsu v. United States


Who won the US Supreme Court case Korematsu v US?

The United States won, as Fred Korematsu was not granted his appeal and was sent to an internment camp, and none of the Japanese-American's cases were looked into. This fool has no idea what he is talking about... he was not even close to knowing what really happened with Fred Korematsu. Korematsu won this as some would say "battle" against the United States. Fred Korematsu did not have to go to the internment camp.


Who was Chief Justice in the US Supreme Court case Korematsu v. United States?

Korematsu v. United States, 323 US 214 (1944)Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone (1941-1946) presided over the Court for the Korematsu case, a challenge to the constitutionality of Executive Order 9066 that established Japanese Internment Camps during World War II.


What was the name of the court case that upheld the interment of Japanese?

Supreme Court Case Korematsu V. United States (1944)


In the case Korematsu v United States the supreme court ruled that the relocation of Japanese Americans was?

constitutional because it was based on military urgency


What is the significance of korematsu v. us?

Korematsu v United States (1944) remains a profound case and precedent in the study of civil liberties and American Constitutional law. The chief significance was the Courts majority opinion that national security (against espionage) was a compelling interest enough that the use of internment was/is justified.


Can a Supreme Court decision be appealed?

The Supreme Court's ruling is final and cannot be appealed. The United States Supreme Court consists of the Chief Justice of the United States and eight associate justices.


What role did the military play in the Court's Decision in the Korematsu case?

The U.S. military's argued that the loyalties of some Japanese Americans resided not with the United States but with their ancestral country, and that because separating "the disloyal from the loyal" was a logistical impossibility, the internment order had to apply to all Japanese Americans within the restricted area. The Supreme Court Accepted the military's argument over the argument of Korematsu.


Strict scrutiny was first used in what case?

Korematsu v. United States


Who was Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court in Korematsu v. United States?

Korematsu v. United States, 323 US 214 (1944)Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone presided over the Court that declared constitutional Executive Order 9066, mandating internment camps to imprison Japanese and Japanese-American citizens in the United States during WW II. Justice Hugo Black wrote the opinion of the Court.


What was the supreme court ruling in korematsu v. the US?

Korematsu v. United States, 323 US 214 (1944), was a landmark US Supreme Court case concerning the constitutionality of a Presidential Order, which ordered Japanese-Americans into intenment camps during WWII. In a 3-6 decision, the Court sided with the government, ruling that the exclusion order was constitutional.The Korematsu decision has never been explicitly overturned, but remains significant both for being the first instance of the Supreme Court applying the strict scrutinystandard to racial discrimination by the government and for being one of only a handful of cases in which the Court held that the government met that standard.


What was the Supreme Court's decision in the case Northern Securities vs the United States?

In the case Northern Securities v. the United States, the Supreme Court ruled that Northern Securities violated the Sherman Antitrust Act.