Chapter 15 part 2 - a) in looking only at the words of the...

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Chapter 15 part 2 If an individual is arrested because their home was searched by police without a legal warrant, they could argue in court that they had been denied a) a writ of habeas corpus. b) their Miranda rights. c) a writ of certiorari. d) judicial review. e) the due process of law. The power of the Supreme Court to review state actions and legislation comes from a) the judicial review clause of Article III. b) the supremacy clause of Article VI. c) the Tenth Amendment. d) Marbury v. Madison. e) Congress. If someone is an advocate of judicial restraint, he or she believes
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Unformatted text preview: a) in looking only at the words of the Constitution in order to understand its meaning. b) that the Court should beware of overturning the judgments of popularly elected legislatures. c) that judges should limit their interpretations to the intention of the law's framers. d) the Court should go beyond the words of the Constitution or a statute to consider the broader societal implications of its decisions. e) that judges should consider legal questions rather than deciding political matters....
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2011 for the course BIOL 2302 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '11 term at Butler Community College.

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