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Unformatted text preview: 3' Ameflmflmenfll‘osc llBlBaker Final Exam C). ‘ ‘ . that _ gov D) alloftheabove C) Article III ofthe Constitution. D) Article I of the Cmrstitution. A) nationsme and local govemnems B) the state governmmts only , C the local only. C) support clause. . D) fiee expression clause. . apersomsentifiedtoalawyer mugqiresfiorfinggeveninanoncapitalofi'ense. B)thegovemmentmaynotexereise prior restraintuponthenewsmedia. C)Congressmaypassalawgivingfinancialassistaneetoreligionaslongasitassistsall . religions equally—Alarmaslongasit showsmpreihemefor one religion over another. supported the nght to have tune set asrde for prayer 1:: puhhc schools. / 2 _ . prayer in puhlxc schools. i .V K \ ‘77 v: a 3 ~ K7275 C)thm:fiestorylxmgsflflanmentgoinmdispute. D)flmtflmmoneydidnmaffecthervotingonfl1cflooxof1he8mte. C) public ambhes D) all of the above A) 115! and Fourteenth Amdmems. B) Second and Fomteenth Amendments. .' mm ~03: A)fi1ewan'an . goodfaith.” B) thediscoveryoftheevidmcewask‘me :nevitabl" - , theevidencewasfipiaitgsigm.’ ' denial oflegal cmmsel. D) illegal search. i C)‘nght of privacy 1)) freedom of expmsion clause of the First Amendment. A) tdocs notdoalwifliapolifica! question. a B) it is found to be offensive to religious organizations. C) oniyiftheUmtcd Stamisatwar A) IN action. U -- B) angers those who hear it. ,. m the WW “has W, ‘ A) applicsasinglemfimmlsmndmd toawoxkorany ofitsparts. B) appfiesasingienafiomlsmfiardtotheworktakenasawhole Qprohibitsportmyalofvaguolydefinedmuaipmcficos; thus givinglocal'conrtswide lat: tudein tutu uhlsmamateriaiobsceneorpomographic. jufisdlcnons. . D) According to the Supreme Conn, judges as well aisles-Seem ‘ B) explicit guarantees * - - C) the First Amendment right to peaceably assemble D) none of the above ‘ B) During the second trimester the state can prevent an abortions. . C) Dwingtketkirduimesterfliestatemnotmgulateahorfionexcepito ’ ‘ secretly seamhike homes of us- citizens C) secretly search the library records of US. citizens D) ail of the above the am to legal comlsel- C) the right to remain silent. D} the requimment that the prosecution produce an actua} mdy to obtain a minder conviction- roving wiretaps C) writs of habeas corpus D) amicus cun'ae briefs lack of government .» A memmeterf Mei ofcmzens C) the decisions of the United States Supreme Court D) aand b ‘ A) distinguish clearly between the sights of national citizenship and those of state citizenship. B) estabfish legal and political! rights for minorities and women. " C)vprohibit racial discrimination and promote social eq , ; ‘ A) angina! WWI} the B) Civii Rights Act of 1875- 'C) TWentyeseventh Amendment D) Preamble to the Constitution 31. K A) stated that Congress had an to" lgzslafion requiring open public accommodations. 8} applied nanona! supranacy clause to such cases. - D) upheld the principles ofthe Fourteenth Amendment. :32- fig B) was overturn. 1 1n Plyer v: brie _ C} enabled African Americans to be compensated for previously paid poll taxes D} enabled Native Amerims the right to use peyote in religious ceremonies A) Swannv. Charlotre~Mecklenburg County Schools. > ~ b »- ollin- :- V. pu-Jmand‘ privatc schools D} alt public and private facilities ' cfaflure to fulfill a contractual agreement. C) engaging in actions that are likely to promote social change. D) engaging in actions that are likely to caralyze violent societal responsei such as riots ' theuseofpofitaxés C) batted the use ofthe grandfather clause D) all ofthe aboVe in Katzenbach v. McCIung. -odsi the right to vote. A) An 11mg and promotion should result from objectiée tests and measures ofjob perfonnanee. B) To achieve racial equality, removing only de jure segregation is necessary. C) Racial criteria should never be used in school admission or employment decisions. 4L B)ma1mty.offl1e8upremeComt held aflizmatlve action pmgmms to be unc‘on‘sfimtionar. ~ C) Court upheldasconsfimfional strictquola systems inhiringandsdiool admissions. 1)) Court ruled the case moot. " affirmative actron programs D) none of the above A) for the first Wraedflaat an‘aflirmative action was unconstitufional. B) ruled that ”diversity'f‘could not be a compelling govermnent interest. D) approed a panit automatically awarded points toward admission to minority applicants. B) was adop as the Twenty-Sim Amendment in 1932 C) was never sent to the states for ratification D) none offline above _ . --» - _ comm. 4S A) w 4 gay veterans of World ‘ - B) with the growth of the Civil Rights Movement in the early 19605 D) m 1986, wnhacampaignagmnstsodomy laws. A) ovemxmed a Georgia law that declared homosexual conduct a crime. B) discouraged states from repealing sodomy laws. C) invalidated Colorado Won laws that protect homosexuals. C) mvahdated arm-dmmmnanon laws that protect D) uphelfl the Court's pxevious decision in Bowers v. Hardwick- :48. A) Congress felt that the previous legislation in the 1960’s was unclear. B) Con g-es ‘ __ - tficall stated that previous legislation did not apply to these groups- D). an of mo above. 49. 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