Quiz for Chapter 06 - 9. Identify some general categories...

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QUIZ FOR CHAPTER 6 SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS ( 100 Points Total) This quiz will test your basic knowledge of the material that we studied in Chapter 5. The purpose of this quiz is to help you determine whether or not you understand the basic concepts of Substantive Due Process. Question 1 – (3 points) 1. What is “Substantive Due Process”? Question 2 – (4 points) 2. When is the rational basis test used and when is strict scrutiny used in evaluating the constitutionality of laws under the doctrine of Substantive Due Process? Questions 4-5 (5 points apiece, 25 points total) 4. Describe the elements of the “rational basis test”. a. b. 5. Describe the elements of the “strict scrutiny standard”. a. b. c.
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d. Questions 6-7 (3 points apiece, 6 points total) 6. Who has the burden of proof under the rational basis test? 7. Who has the burden of proof under strict scrutiny? Question 8 (5 points) 8. In general, what is the “Right to Privacy”? Question 9 (3 points apiece, 45 points total)
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Unformatted text preview: 9. Identify some general categories of cases where the Supreme Court has found that people have a Right to Privacy. a. b. c. d. e. 10. For each of the categories listed in Problem 9, give an example of a law that is unconstitutional. a. b. c. d. e. 11. For each of the categories listed in Problem 9, give an example of a law that is constitutional. a. b. c. d. e. Questions 12-14 (4 points apiece, 12 points total) 12. What is the standard for evaluating the constitutionality of laws regulating abortions? 13. Is morality, by itself, sufficient to justify a law that infringes upon a constitutional right? 14. What is the proper role of the experience from other countries in defining the existence of a constitutional right? Question 15 Extra Credit (2 points apiece, 8 points total) Explain the four factors that affect a decision to reaffirm or to overrule constitutional precedent. a. b. c. d....
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Quiz for Chapter 06 - 9. Identify some general categories...

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