It would be very hard to decide which of the Warren Court's cases was the most famous. The Supreme Court, under Earl Warren, handed down many decisions that had a huge impact on the US. Here are a few of these cases:
- Miranda v. Arizona. This one said that police had to read suspects their rights before questioning them.
- Gideon v. Wainwright. This one said that poor defendants had to have a lawyer appointed for them if they could not afford to pay for one themselves.
- Griswold v. Connecticut. This one said that people have a right to privacy and that, because of this, states could not ban the use of contraceptives.
However, if you have to pick one case that is the most famous, I would say that it was the Brown v. Board of Education case from 1954. This case made racial segregation in schools illegal and helped the Civil Rights Movement get started.