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Due Process (Gov Unit 3)
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In Duckworth v. Eagan (1988), the Supreme Court held that the police
could create their own Miranda warning if it communicated the same message.
Which of these statements describes a Fifth Amendment protection?
No one can be tried twice for the same crime.
The Supreme Court's decisions in Terry v. Ohio (1967) and Horton v. California (1990) both held that the police
may, in certain cases, search individuals or seize their property without a warrant.
In New York v. Quarles (1983), the Supreme Court ruled that Miranda rights do not have to be read if a suspect
puts public safety at immediate risk.
Which of these statements accurately describes the Fifth Amendment?
All citizens are entitled to due process.
How did the Supreme Court rule in the Miranda decision?
Ernesto Miranda had been denied his rights.
Under due process, all people accused of crimes are subject to
rules that are the same for everyone.
A warrant, which specifies the location that can be searched and exactly what can be legally seized, must be issued by a
Which of these statements accurately describes the Fourth Amendment?
The Fourth Amendment describes a fair process for searches and seizures.
Which is a grand jury right?
the right to indictment before trial for a capital crime
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