Law&Pol Final Exam Review

Law&Pol Final Exam Review - are certain rights that...

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18:45 Due Process and Equal Protection Clause 5 Federal, 14 th  State Equal   Protection  – if the states wants to write a law that’s going to classify people  based on race, the court is going to look at that law with strict scrutiny  the means have to be narrowly tailored and drawn – directly related the end/goal/state interest has to be a compelling state interest – appropriate and  legitimate (Lochner) State laws going against race usually turn out to be unconstitutional Due Process  – cant be deprived of life, liberty, and property. Liberties found in Bill of  Rights, Amendments 1-8. Bill of Rights and Penumbras (shadows)(i.e. privacy). There 
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Unformatted text preview: are certain rights that the courts think are more important than others, such as freedom of speech (fundamental rights v. day-to-day rights), in order for this country to run properly. If its a fundamental right being challenged, the state needs more reasoning in order to take away that right. No right is absolute, but then is the state allowed to abridge a right? Brief 2-3 best grade = 10% 86 Roe v wade = 20% 78 Exams 1 -2 best = 30% 77 Worst 1-2 = 10% 77 Final = 30% BROOKLYN 30/100 = x/77...
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