poly sci notes _5 - B. Exclusionary Rule C. Exceptions –...

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Civil Liberties I. Baron v. Baltimore II. The Incorporation Doctrine and the Fourteenth Amendment III. Texas Constitution’s Bill of Rights compared to U.S. Constitution’s Bill of Rights IV. Ex Post Facto V. Freedom of Speech – legal categories A. Subversive Advocacy B. Fighting Words C. Torts (Libel and Slander) D. Commercial Speech E. Obscenity
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F. Symbolic Speech G. Freedom Not to Speak H. Time/Place/Manner Restrictions VI. Freedom of Religion A. Establishment Clause B. Free Exercise Clause VII. Unreasonable Searches and Seizures A. Requirements for a valid search
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Unformatted text preview: B. Exclusionary Rule C. Exceptions – when a search warrant and probable cause are not necessary 1. Plain View Exception 2. Exigent Circumstances 3. Voluntary Consent 4. Hot Pursuit 5. Auto Exception VIII. Fifth Amendment A. Due Process B. Right Against Self-Incrimination Miranda Warnings C. Property Rights and Public Use exception IX. Sixth Amendment –Rights in Trial A. Trial by Jury B. Right to confront witnesses against you C. Right to an attorney X. Eighth Amendment Cruel and Unusual Punishment...
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course POLITICAL 1301-161 taught by Professor Markjonathanmckenzie during the Summer '08 term at Texas Tech.

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