Korematsu v. United States
Korematsu v. United States was a Supreme court case that challenged the constitutionality of Executive Order 9066 and 9102. In a very controversial 6-3 decision on December 18th, 1944, the court decided that the government was correct and that the the executive order was constitutional. This ruling was overturned on November 18th, 1983 after Fred Korematsu once again challenged the court.
"The war power of the United States, like its other powers . . . is subject to applicable constitutional limitations". To recognize that military orders are "reasonably expedient military precautions" in time of war and yet to deny them constitutional legitimacy makes of the Constitution an instrument for dialectic subtleties not reasonably to be attributed to the hard-headed Framers, of whom a majority had had actual participation in war... - Fred Korematsu