Pols Test 2 - 1 . Match 8th and 9th amendment cases with...

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Match 8th and 9th amendment cases with their proper description Statement Response Value Griswold v. Connecticut 1963 Established Right to Privacy 11.11% Roe v. Wade 1973 Legalized 1st trimester abortions 11.11% Webster 1989 outlawed 1 abortion method 0.0% Casey 1992 Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 states may outlaw "immoral" sexual practices 0.0% Cruzan 1990 Court confirmed Roe as the law of the land in this election year decision 0.0% Herrera v. Collins 1993 Court said a state may execute a person who is innocent 11.11% Stenberg 2006
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Match questions and answers below regarding the Bill of Rights. Statement Response Value Begins "Congress shall pass no law. .." contains free speech, free press and 2 religious clauses 1st Amendment 33.33% Unincorporated amendments in the US Bill of Rights Amendments 2, 3, 7 and 10 33.33% The "due process" amendments; establishes rights for the accused in federal courts (initially) Amendments 4, 5 and 6 33.34% Score: 3/3
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Match Amendments with their proper description or case Statement Response Value Re-established sovereign immunity for states 11th Amendment 16.66% Established uniform citizenship standards/equal protection/due process clauses 14th Amendment 16.66% Free Speech, Press, Religion 1st Amendment 16.66% No Illegal Searches or Seizures 4th Amendment 16.66% No double-jeopardy/no self-incrimination 5th Amendment/Miranda decision 16.66% Right to an Attorney/fair trial/speedy trial 6th Amendment/Gideon Decision 16.7%
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Which action below would likely be held to be constitutionally protected today (it's ok to do, the government cannot prosecute you for this) Statement Response Value Hang the 10 Commandments in a school NOT protected (not allowed) 9.09% Require Creationism be taught as a scientific theory in Public Schools NOT protected (not allowed) 9.09% Setting Fire to an American Flag (in the US of course) Protected/ALLOWED 9.09% Public school teachers teaching students about religion in Public Schools NOT protected (not allowed) 0.0% Kids wearing black armbands to school to show respect for dead and missing MIAs/POWs. Protected/ALLOWED
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