LGS200 Test 2 Study Guide - Test 2 Study Guide Test 2 is...

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Test 2 Study GuideTest 2 is over Ch. 5, 7, 15 and DUI LawsKnow the State Related Clauses:Know that theFull Faith and Credit Clauseonlydeals with civil mattersKnow that thePrivileges and Immunities Clausesays that it guarantees allresidents of all states the same privileges and immunitiesNon-discrimination type clauseKnow the Federal Related Clauses:Know that theCommerce Clausewas put into effect to prevent separate statesfrom regulating their own business within their state (prevented states fromdiscriminating)Interstate Commerce-commerce between different statesIntrastate Commerce-commerce within a particular stateKnow that the original intent of the commerce clause was that federalgovernment can regulate interstate commerceGibbons v. Ogden: Decided that the federal government canalsoregulateintrastate commerceKnow that theSupremacy Clausesays that the US Constitution is the SupremeLaw of the LandKnow that theTaxing and Spending Powers Clausegave the government theright to tax and is allowed to spend our tax moneyKnow that the Bill of Rights is the first 10 amendments to the US ConstitutionFirst Amendment: Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press,and freedom of to protestSecond Amendment: Right to bear arms (right to have a weapon)Fourth Amendment: Prohibits unreasonable search or seizure of persons orpropertyFifth 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 fromyou for government purposes)Prohibits Self-Incrimination(“I plead the fifth”) You don’t have to answerany questionProhibits double jeopardy (cannot be tried twice for the same crime)Sixth Amendment: Guarantee to a jury trial in acriminalcaseSeventh Amendment: Right to a jury trial in acivilcaseEighth Amendment: Prohibits excessive bail (bond) and court fines and prohibitscruel and unusual punishmentKnow 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

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Term
Fall
Professor
Turner
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Paralegal Studies, actual physical control

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