3 Written Questions
2 Multiple Choice Questions
- not being clear enough on a law that doesn't directly touch upon the violations
- based on gov't action that deprives an individual of some libery that is alleged to be fundamental. For example looking at the outcome, is it arbitrary and capricious?
2 True/False Questions
Due process → constitutional right that says you can't deprive someone of life, liberty, or property without providing them with certain protections. harsher the penalty, more process due
Overbreadth Doctrine → When a policy is overbroad encompasses too much, thus infringing upon the rights already protected under the constitution (only applies to public institutions)