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  1. Miranda Warnings (3) (5th)
  2. Criminal Law
  3. 1st amendment (establishment)
  4. Equal Protection (DP)
  5. Libel
  1. a Can't favor one religion over another. No nativity scene on gov property. No group prayer in public school.
  2. b 1. Right to remain silent, anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
    2. You have the right to speak to an attorney, and to have an attorney present during any questioning.
    3. If you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be provided for you at government expense.
    -Come into play when you are subject to a custodial interrogation.
  3. c Wrong against society where the state has control whether or not the case moves forward (not the victim)
  4. d No citizen shall be treated unequally w/in their jurisdiction
  5. e The non factual publication of false information that defames and hurts someone

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The indictment for a Misdemeanor
  2. Must be activity between states. Fed gov can regulate all business activity... doesn't do much anymore. (Great depression had lack of fed regulation.)
  3. Very little protection offered to businesses. Only sole proprietorships are protected.
  4. Has most protection. Ppl can burn American flag due to beliefs.
  5. Tax must not be so high that an undue burden is created. Must tax in and out of state the same. (Limited by commerce clause)

5 True/False questions

  1. Double Jeopardy (5th)Can't be charged again in the same court (even for a lesser crime) even if new evidence is found. Doesn't pertain to civil (can be tried there)... not sure if there is a limit on amount of times though...

          

  2. ImpeachmentMaterial is considered obscene when applying contemporary community standards, the work appeals to a prurient interest in sex (portrays sexual conduct)

          

  3. 14th (Procedural) 3 things... (DP)Government must use fair procedures... 1. must give ppl notice
    2. must give opportunity to be heard
    3. Must be decided by an IMPARTIAL TRIBUNAL (unbiased 3rd party w/ no vested interest)

          

  4. Dual Regulation (Conflict)1. Federal Pre-emption: Precludes the state from creating any legislation (state laws invalid)
    2. Federal Reg. w/ no pre-emption- If state fails any of 3 factors it is unconstitutional

          

  5. Businesses' and jobs expectations to privacyCreates consistency from similar crimes

          

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