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This ensures citizens fair treatment under the law.
A. Baker v. Carr B. Gideon v. Wainwright C. Mapp v. Ohio D. Roe v. Wade
a. Miranda v. Arizona? b. Escobedo v. Illinois c. Gideon v. Wainwright d. Gregg v. Georgia
A. Protection of property rights. B. Freedom of speech C. Right to privacy D. Freedom of religion
A. Jus soli B. Collective naturalization C. Expatriation D. denaturalization
This 1857 landmark case ruled that African Americans, whether free or slave, were not U.S. citizens at the time the Constitution was adopted; it also stated that Congress could not forbid slavery in the U.S. territories.
Dred Scott v. Sanford.
A pardon the government offers to illegal aliens.
A process by which members of a whole group of people, living in the same geographic area, become citizens through an act of Congress.
This amendment protects the “right of people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.”
The Bill of Rights (1791) The first 10 Amendments to the U. S. Constitution.
Chapter 4 The Supreme Court and the Constitution
Supreme Court Cases You Need to Know
Chapter 14, Section 3 THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED
Chapter 14.1 Protecting Individual Rights
Section 3 Introduction-1
The American Legal System
II. Basis of Citizenship
Civil Liberties “Your rights as Americans”. Please answer the following questions 1.Do you have the right to privacy within the Bill of Rights? 1.Should.
Landmark Supreme Court Cases Marbury v Madison Description (Key Question) –Who has the power to decide what is Constitutional? Decision –Established.
Supreme Court Cases Supreme Court Project. Directions: 1.Students should listen to the categories that these cases fall into and a brief description to.
Supreme Court Decisions
Constitutional Rights. Life, Liberty, & Property Protect personal freedoms Founding Fathers installed civil liberties into the Constitution – Feared tyranny.
GOVERNMENT CHAPTER 20 Read the chapter and these notes, then answer each part of the 6 questions.
Judicial Philosophies Theories of Constitutional Interpretation Judicial Restraint or Judicial Activism.
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Amendment Review 1-27 First 10 Amendments make-up the Bill of Rights. Anti-federalist would not approve the Constitution until a Bill of Rights was added.
Civil Liberties Freedom versus Order. Civil Liberties definition Those personal freedoms that are protected for all individuals and that generally deal.
U.S. Citizenship Lesson 12.
THIS IS Welcome Contestants... Today ’ s Amendments 1Amendments 2 Supreme Court CitizenshipVocabulary Grab Bag.
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