Decisions by Federal Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr.
- Browder v. Gayle (1956)
- Orders the racial integration of the public
transportation system of the city of Mongomery.
- Gomillion v. Lightfoot (1961)
- Invalidated the cy of Tuskeegee's plan to dilute
vlack voting strength by redrawing city boundaries so
as to move concentrations of black voters out of the
- United States v. Alabama (1961)
- Ordered that black persons be registered to vote if
their application papers were equal to the
performance of the least qualified white applicant
accepted on the voting rolls.
- Lewis v. Greyhound (1961)
- Required desegration of the bus depots of the city of
- United States v. City of Mongomery (1961)
- Ordered the city of Montgomery to surrender its
voting registration records to the US Department of
- Sims v. Frink (1962)
- Required the state of Alabama to reapportion state
legislative districts to adhere to the 'one man, one
- Lee v. Macon County Board of Ed. (1963)
- Mandated, in Alabama, the first statewide
desegregation of public schools.
- Williams v. Wallace (1965)
- Ordered Gov. George Wallace to permit Dr. Kin'gs
civil rights protest march from Selma to Mongomery.
- White v. Crook (1966)
- Ruled that the state of Alabama must permit blacks to
serve on juries.
- United States v. Alabama (1966)
- Declared the Alabama poll tax unconstitutional.
- Smith v YMCA of Montgomery (1970)
- Ordered the desegregation of the Mongomery chapter of
- NAACP v. Dothard
- Required the state of Alabama to hire one black state
trooper for every white state trooper until racial
parity was achieved.