ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSThis New Edition of U.S. Supreme Court Decisions, a case study review for U.S. History and Government, will remain a memorable experience for the 53 students who authored and edited the First Edition of this text, and Jessica Satriano, Briana Scarpinito and myself who have co-authored and edited this New Edition of this guide. We have all spent hundreds of hours bringing the old and new guides together. I would like to thank all these students for providing the research, writing and editing skills so needed to complete this Supreme Court case summaries text. I would also like to thank:
The Northport-East Northport Union Free School District, and its law program, Project P.A.T.C.H., and the New York State Bar Association and its Law, Youth & Citizenship Program, for sponsoring this project.
The P.A.T.C.H. teaching staff, who guided all our efforts, especially Sandy Scarpinito, James DeRosa, William Ingui, Curt Lader & Peter C. White, Esq.
Dr. Gregory S. Wilsey, Director of Law, Youth & Citizenship, who promoted and supported this project.
Mr. Thomas J. O'Donnell, Director of Project P.A.T.C.H., for his support and assistance.Mrs. Kathleen Byrnes and Mrs. Kathleen Kalinowski for their assistance in preparing the materials for publication.
A Very Special Thank You
to my classmates and Associate Editors-in-Chief, Briana Scarpinito, Jessica Satriano for
their support and assistance which brought the whole project together.
(l. to r.)Briana Scarpinito, Erin Nolan, Jessica Satriano
(Note: Mr. Thomas J. ODonnell, after 30 years of successful service, retired from our school district. His leadership and vision continues to be greatly appreciated. We wish Mr. ODonnell all the best as he continues his work to promote Law and Citizenship Education. Mr. William Ingui has also retired.)
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