Presentation on theme: "Jeopardy The Bill of Rights Landmark Cases First Amendment Random Name That Case Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500."— Presentation transcript:
$100 Question from Landmark Cases This man wrote his own appeal to the Supreme Court after he was denied the right to an attorney
$100 Answer from Landmark Cases Clarence Earl Gideon
$200 Question from Landmark Cases In Tinker v. Des Moines, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of students who wore a certain article of clothing to school to protest America’s war Vietnam. What was the article of clothing?
$200 Answer from Landmark Cases A black armband
$300 Question from Landmark Cases In Plessy v. Ferguson (which was overturned by Brown v. Board of Education), the Supreme Court said that public facilities could be segregated by race as long as they were ________.
$400 Question from Landmark Cases What was TLO suspected of doing that caused the search in New Jersey v. TLO?
$400 Answer from Landmark Cases Smoking in the bathroom
$500 Question from Landmark Cases What did police NOT do that led to Ernesto Miranda appealing his case?
$500 Answer from Landmark Cases The police did not inform him of his rights
$100 Question from First Amendment The government is not allowed to support one religion over others. Which part of the first amendment does this relate to?
$100 Answer from First Amendment Freedom of religion
$200 Question from First Amendment In Texas v. Johnson, the Supreme Court ruled that burning the American flag was protected by the First Amendment, since it was a __________ form of speech. (HINT: The type of speech that is not spoken)
$400 Question from First Amendment These are the five freedoms that the First Amendment protects.
$400 Answer from First Amendment Freedom of Religion Freedom of Speech Freedom of the Press Freedom of Assembly Freedom to Petition the Government
$500 Question from First Amendment Our First Amendment rights do have some limits. For example, you can get in trouble for WRITING something about someone else That is both 1) untrue and 2) damaging to a person’s reputation. What is the term for this?
$100 Question from Name That Case The Supreme Court decided in this case that The police have to inform suspects of their Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights.
$100 Answer from Name That Case Miranda v. Arizona
$200 Question from Name That Case The Supreme Court decided in this case that, while students are entitled to some privacy at school, they do not have as much privacy at school as they do in other places.
$200 Answer from Name That Case New Jersey v. TLO
$300 Question from Name That Case This Supreme Court decision ended racial segregation in public schools in states where it was required by law.
$300 Answer from Name That Case Brown v. Board of Education
$400 Question from Name That Case The Supreme Court case established the concept of Judicial Review.
$400 Answer from Name That Case Marbury v. Madison
$500 Question from Name That Case The Supreme Court decided in this case that state laws that conflict with national laws are invalid. National laws are “supreme” to state laws.
$500 Answer from Name That Case McCulloch v. Maryland
Final Jeopardy The government needs to purchase land to build a new highway but some people don’t want to sell. In this case, the government has the right to force the people to sell their land, so long as the government pays a fair price for it. What is this practice called?