POL 101 Day 4

POL 101 Day 4 - ABORTION Griswold v....

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POL 101 Day 4 17:32 EXAM JANDA CHAPTERS 14, 1-3 FIORINA, CHAPTERS 1-4 AMENDMENT II “…the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the  right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” FREE SPEECH Near v. Minnesota—Prior Restraint New York Times v. U.S.—Pentagon Papers New York Times v. Sullivan—untrue and malice U.S. v. Playboy Entertainment—cable sex RIGHTS OF ACCUSED Mapp v. Ohio—exclusionary rule in illegal search Miranda v. Arizona—right to remain silent Gideon v. Wainright—right to counsel
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Unformatted text preview: ABORTION Griswold v. Connecticutcontraceptive advice privacy Roe v. Waderight to abortion Webster v. Reproductive Health Servicesrestrict public facilities Planned Parenthood v. Caseylimits scope of choice Stenberg v. CarhartNE partial birth abortion ban overturned INTERNET PORN Reno v. ACLU o What is pornographic? o Prurient Interest o Offensive to Community Standards o NO redeeming social importance o Communications Decency Act o Supreme Court struck down limit PROTECTION FROM STATES Palko v. Connecticut o Selective Incorporation o Fourteenth Amendment o Beyond first amendment freedoms 17:32 17:32...
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