← ss test 8 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- korematsu v. united states
- gideon v. wainwright
- boy scouts of america v. dale
- private problem
- a this dealt with an openly gay boy was thrown out of a nonprofit group, however since the group didn't accept government money, they didn't have to follow the state's rules, so the court ruled against the boy
- b this case involved a japanese american pretending to be mexican american to avoid being interned. he lost in the supreme court.
- c a situation where your own values are being tested due to a situation
- d this case was when a man had to defend himself because he couldn't afford a lawyer and the state wouldn't give him one. the court voted for him, and since then, lawyers are given to people who can't afford them
- e a point of conflict or a matter to be debated
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- this case occurred when a leader of the socialist party in America sent letters to american men, telling them to avoid the world war I draft. he lost in supreme court because his doings went against the espionage act of 1917
- this gives the government the power to take your property, even if you don't want to sell it.
- this involved a man kidnapping, raping, and robbing a woman. he didn't know his rights, so he admitted to being guilty. he sued the state, but lost. in supreme court he won, though
- this involved the police forcing their way into a woman's home without a search warrant. they found illegal pornographic materials. the woman won in supreme court because illegally found evidence should not be tried at the state and national level
- this occurred when a student was smoking with a friend in a bathroom. there was a pipe, marijuana, and lists of students that owed her money were found in her purse. she lost in the supreme court
5 True/False Questions
wickard v. filburn → a gun ban was created due to a rising number of policemen being killed, but it went against the 2nd amendment. the court ruled in favor of the man who opposed the gun ban.
wesberry v. sanders → this case involved an issue with district reapportionment lines being unfair. a man sued the governor because he said that he had violated the 14th amendment. he won in supreme court.
texas v. johnston → this case involved a professional golfer who was denied the use of a golf cart; the golfer won
university of california v. bakke → this case involved a white student who didn't get into college even though black students with lower scores were getting in; the man won
citizens united v. fec → this case occurred when a leader of the socialist party in America sent letters to american men, telling them to avoid the world war I draft. he lost in supreme court because his doings went against the espionage act of 1917