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Test 2 Study GuideTest 2 is over Ch. 5, 7, 15 and DUI Laws●Know the State Related Clauses:○Know that the Full Faith and Credit Clauseonlydeals with civil matters○Know that the Privileges and Immunities Clausesays that it guarantees all residents of all states the same privileges and immunities ■Non-discrimination type clause●Know the Federal Related Clauses:○Know that the Commerce Clause was put into effect to prevent separate states from regulating their own business within their state (prevented states from discriminating)■Interstate Commerce-commerce between different states■Intrastate Commerce-commerce within a particular state■Know that the original intent of the commerce clause was that federal government can regulate interstate commerce■Gibbons v. Ogden: Decided that the federal government can alsoregulateintrastate commerce○Know that the Supremacy Clause says that the US Constitution is the Supreme Law of the Land○Know that the Taxing and Spending Powers Clausegave the government the right to tax and is allowed to spend our tax money●Know that the Bill of Rights is the first 10 amendments to the US Constitution○First Amendment: Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, and freedom of to protest ○Second Amendment: Right to bear arms (right to have a weapon)○Fourth Amendment: Prohibits unreasonable search or seizure of persons or property○Fifth Amendment:■Right to an indictment (you must be charged with the crime)■Right to due process of law (you have a right to be heard)■Condemnation (when the government is trying to take your property from you for government purposes)■Prohibits Self-Incrimination (“I plead the fifth”) You don’t have to answer any question ■Prohibits double jeopardy (cannot be tried twice for the same crime) ○Sixth Amendment: Guarantee to a jury trial in a criminalcase○Seventh Amendment: Right to a jury trial in a civilcase○Eighth Amendment: Prohibits excessive bail (bond) and court fines and prohibits cruel and unusual punishment ●Know what is Not Protected as Freedom of Speech (Under the First Amendment):○1. Defamatory Speech-you can’t say or write something that is false about