Copy of Civil Liberties Worksheet - Name Date Topic Civil Liberties Class\/Period American Essential Question How have supreme court cases affected

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Name: Date: 12/3/19Topic: Civil LibertiesClass/Period: AmericanEssential Question: How have supreme court cases affected society? Questions/ Vocab, etc. Civil Liberties Crash Course VideoI.VocabularyCivil LibertiesIndividual rights protected by law from unjust government or other influence. Protected Speech (Provide Examples)The first amendment tells us that we have protected speech and we can say and represent what we want. protestsIncorporation DoctrineGitlow v. New York (1925) The first ten amendments are made applicable to the state through the due process clause of the fourteenth amendment.Establishment ClauseThe clause in the first amendment of the U.S. constitution that prohibits the establishment of religion by congress.
II.Supreme Court Cases & Civil LibertiesA.Freedom of ReligionB.Freedom of SpeechPrior RestraintJudicial suppression of material that would be published or broadcasts, on the grounds that it could harm someones reputation.CASE (Year)QuestionDecisionEngel v. Vital(1962)Does the reading of a nondenominational prayer at the start of the school day violate the "establishment of religion" clause of the First Amendment?The state cannot hold prayer before school no matter if it’s optional or not towards a specific religionLee v. Wiseman(1992)Does the inclusion of clergy who offer prayers at official publicschool ceremonies violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment?Yes, the Government involvement in this case creates “A state-sponsored and state-directed religious exercise in a public school. What is ‘see you at the pole’? Does it violate the Establishment Clause of the 1st Amendment? It is an organization before school where kids pray around the flag.

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