Presentation on theme: "CL #3: Amendments # 2, 3, 4 If true, write true. If false, write false and change the underlined word to the correct one. 1.One can wear religious symbols."— Presentation transcript:
CL #3: Amendments # 2, 3, 4 If true, write true. If false, write false and change the underlined word to the correct one. 1.One can wear religious symbols due to the Establishment Clause of the first amendment. 2.A newspaper article that purposely tries to destroy Oprah’s character could be slander.
1 st Amendment & Schools Tinker v. Des Moines (1969) –Wearing armbands as protest agst war Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier (1987) –Student newspaper articles on controversial issues
2 nd Amendment 1.Right to state militia: protect from gov 2.Right to bear arms –Many exceptions: –Wash DC
Hunch suspicion probable 100% + 1.The police get a call from an anonymous source telling him that Susie Q. is going to rob a bank. 2.Police see a boy wearing a blue shirt and believe him to be a gang member. 3.Police see Jason run out of the store as the alarm goes off. 4.Police pull over a teenager for speeding and see an empty beer can in the back seat. 5.TLO gets caught smoking in the school bathroom.
Exclusionary Rule Items from an illegal search cannot be used in court Mapp v. Ohio (1962) Good faith exception
Privacy (implied) 4 th implies a right to privacy Drug Testing: search of body –Can jobs? –Can schools? Lawrence v. Texas (2003)
Abortion: privacy applied to a person Griswold v Connecticut (1965): Roe v Wade (1973) Planned Parenthood v Casey (1992) –Allows states to make some restrictions – minors notify parents, 24 hr waiting period –Overturns spousal notification
Searches in schools New Jersey v TLO: schools can search if have reasonable suspicion