LAW 110A- 1 - Pg.65 Matching Questions 5 A Statute 6 B...

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Pg.65 Matching Questions 5 - A. Statute 6 - B. Equal Protection Clause 1 - C. Judicial Review 2 - D. Takings Clause 3 - E. Stare Decisis 4 - F. Promulgate True/False Questions 1. True 2. True 3. False 4. False 5. False 6. True Multiple Choice Questions 7. D 8. C 9. B 10. D 11. A 12. B Short-Answer Questions 13. The Fifth Amendment for Nixon was raised because of that fact that if he gave the tapes up it could potentially hurt President Nixon. The separation of powers issue was also raised because of the abuse of presidential power. Nixon claimed executive power. Power is supposed to be spread amongst the three branches evenly. The president could have allowed such break-ins and the possibility of the president abusing his power to cover it up would be under question.
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14. Technically Gilleo has the right of free speech under the first amendment. But if the town doesn’t allow signs then she will have to find a different way to spread her opinion. “time, place, manner” probably refers to the appropriateness of what the sign says and the time that they are in (war time). Granted it may have been a bad time to say that with the fact of not supporting the country’s decision but still, she has the freedom to speak her mind. I would rule in the favor of the town as for a law that was posted prior to the war with no signs on front lawns. (In my town signs of certain sizes are prohibited for reason
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