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1. Which Supreme Court case established that evidence obtained by unreasonable searches and seizures, in violation of the Fourth Amendment, may not be used in state courts for state law criminal prosecutions?
map v. ohio
The police enter an individual's home without invitation or a warrant and seize evidence to be used against the individual. Which Supreme Court decision may be used to rule this evidence inadmissible in court?
gideon v. Wainwright
When people consider a law or laws unjust and violate the law peacefully while accepting the consequences for their actions they are practicing...
1919- freedom of speech can be denied when there is a "clear and present danger"
maybury v. madison
1944- declared that the government had the right to keep Japanese Americans in internment camps due to the idea of "national security threat"
Plessy v. Ferguson
Supreme Court protected First Amendment Rights when students in Iowa were suspended from school for wearing black arm bands to protest Vietnam War.
Wisconsin v. Yoder
U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Wisconsin state law that required Amish children at attend school beyond grade 8, they stated that it violated parents' freedom of religion.
Wisconsin v. yoder
What are the two types of due process?
Procedural & Subsistence
What is the most accurate definition of the Establishment Clause?
A government can't create an official church but support
The Freedom of Religion can be found in what amendment?
What provision of the constitution says that Congress can make no law that hinders a person's ability to practice their religion?
What Supreme Court case said that schools could not require students to pray (even a nondenominational one)?
wisconsin v. yoder
Student religious groups are allowed to meet in school on the same basis as other student organizations. True or False?
While Gail Good is saying her rosary prayers after lunch in the school cafeteria, her fifth-grade teacher quietly explains to Gail that she should say her prayers in church or at home but not in a public school.
Can Gail pray and which constitutional clause applies to this scenario?
yes free exercise
Sixth-grade teacher Sam Saint gives his students a flyer that announces a special youth prayer service at a local church. He explains that all students are welcome, but they should get their parents' permission to come to the service.
Can he do this and which constitutional clause applies to this scenario?
yes free exercise
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