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Public Policy Final Exam Study Guide - Habeas Corpus – right to a speedy and fair trial, need to inform the accused - Wall of Separation – separation of church and state - Pre-game prayer: is it allowable (1 st amendment)? NO. - Flag burning = illegal in most states - Libel - written - Slander - spoken - Surpreme Court’s ruling regarding pornographic items on the internet? - did back local libraries to put in filters to restrict minors’ use of computers - must have artistic value: “I know it when I see it” - Right to bear arms – 2 th amendment - First 10 amendments are the bill of rights . - Due process of law: person innocent until proven guilty - government can take property without just compensation (Eminent Domain) - 10 th amendment: nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property - Double jeopardy: can’t be charged for the same crime twice - Miranda v. Arizona: police must read the “Miranda” rights before arrest - Eminent domain (above) - Alien and Sedition acts: made it a crime to say or publish anything that might tend to defame or bring into disrepute the government of the US - Child’s Internet Protection Acts (see above): impacts public libraries - Grand Juries do NOT rule on the accused’s guilt – only whether there is enough
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