The Supreme Court . Law, Power & Personality . Famous Dissents . Korematsu v. United States (1944) | PBS
Japanese Americans at a government-run internment camp during World War II.
Before Gideon v. Wainwright (1963), criminals were not give an attorney if they were too poor for one.
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Peter Irons, Karen Korematsu, and Eric Paul Fournier talk about the 1944 Supreme Court case [Korematsu V. United States], in which the court ruled that Japanese internment camps were necessary for…
What was the complaint of the case? The constitutionality of putting Japanese Americans into internment camps during WWII was questioned.
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