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This leading casebook provides Supreme Court cases generously edited for classroom use and presented in a simple, straightforward format. The casebook is updated annually. The new edition is published in August, in time for fall classes, and includes cases decided through the end of the preceding Term of the Supreme Court. The 2011 edition will include Kentucky v. King (Fourth Amendment; entry of home without warrant in emergency) and Brown v. Plata (Cruel and Unusual Punishments Clause; overcrowded prisons) as well as any other significant cases decided during the remainder of the 2010-2011 Term of the Court.