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Exam 3 Handout - Amendments 13TH AMENDMENT (PG. 296)...

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Amendments 13 TH A MENDMENT ( PG . 296) Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. 14 TH A MENDMENT ( PG . 297) 15 TH A MENDMENT ( PG . 298) R UFFIN C ASE Prisoners are slaves of the state according to the 13 th Amendment Virginia was the first to notice this and used it in the Ruffin case P LESSEY V . F ERGUSON Segregation “Separate but equal” Condones government sponsored segregation Narrowing of the 14 th Amendment “H ANDS OF D OCTRINE Judicial approach to corrections for nearly 100 years Judicial law said that prisoners are of the state and they do not want to hear their problems. Challenges through the 14 th Amendment Has DPC language preventing states from denying individuals/groups, etc, life, liberty or property without Due Process of Law. 1 st Amendment 4 th Amendment 5 th Amendment Has DPC language for individuals “No personal shall be denied life, liberty, or property without Due Process of Law 6 th Amendment 8 th Amendment J OHNSON C ASE (1969)
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