Complete  a case essay on any United States Supreme Court case that involves an  interpretation of the Constitution – this encompasses most of the cases  that come before the Supreme Court. However, please choose a case that  was heard by the Supreme Court from 2009 to the present. Again, please  do not choose a case that is older than 2009. This will help ensure that  you are writing your essay on current, relevant case law. 
– Your essay should be around 2 pages and contain the following information:
– Who is involved in the case?
–  How has the case moved through the legal system (who filed it, in what  court? What appellate court heard it? How did it get to the Supreme  Court?)?
– What was the issue in the case?
– What did the Court decide? (note that the US Supreme Court is called “Court”, not “court” and not “SCOTUS”)
– What was the Court’s analysis (WHY did they decide as they did)?
– Did any Justices dissent, and if so, what did they have to say?
– What is the impact of this case?
If  you can’t find a good case, you can always message me for ideas. If you  search on Nexis Uni or you should be able to find  something.
Please  remember that if you cut and paste something from the internet into  your assignment, that is plagiarism and you will receive a 0 for the  assignment and be reported to the school. Please note that any site  ending with “pedia”is not a reliable site and will not be accepted as a  resource. The rubric for this assignment is attached.
Please  note: Papers will be automatically added to and checked against the  standard Turnitin repositories. Originality reports will be returned to  the faculty and student in roughly 15 minutes of the submission.  Multiple submissions are allowed. 

Please  make sure you are not copying and pasting from your source. Most of the  material should be paraphrased in your own words; verbatim quotations  should make up no more than 10% of the essay.  Since the purpose  to is highlight and summarize key information, merely copying and  pasting from the case does not accomplish this goal. Please use your own  words and use quotations sparingly.