5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Gitlow vs. New York 1925
- McCullooh vs. Maryland 1819
- School District of Abington Township, Pennsylvania vs. Schempp 1963
- Wisconson vs. Yoder 1972
- Everson vs. Board of Education 1947
- a Constitution does not allow freedom of speech without responsibility. Utterances whick involve such danger if substantive evidence may be punished.
- b The practice of Bible reading and laws respecting them are unconstitutional in public schools
- c no tax in any amount can be levied to support any religous activity. Acknowledged the incorporation of the 1st amendment limits on the state.
- d Court upheld the religous rights of the Amish to educate their own children
- e increased authority of the National government
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Prayer in school was declared unconstitutional
- ruled that "evidence gained by an illegal search by a federal officer is inadmissiable in federal courts"
- No peson can be denied a court appointment attourney
- reasonable limits can be imposed on the 1st amendment's guarantees of freedom of speech. No person may use free speech to place others in danger
- court directed schools to permit student religous group activites in the same basis as other student activities when the schools operate broad-based extracurricular programs
5 True/False Questions
Dred Scott vs. Sanford 1857 → ruled that no black person could claim US citizenship. Thrown out in 1868 by the 14th amendmen
Miranda vs, Arizona 1966 → established judicial review
United States vs. Nixon 1974 → Court upheld the religous rights of the Amish to educate their own children
In re Gault 1967 → ruled that minors are proteted under the 4th, 5th, and 6th amendments
Tinker vs. Des Moines 1969 → students don't abandon their civil rights at the school door. substaintial evidence of disturbanced has to be shown before free speech could be limited at school