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CHAPTER 20-AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (HONORS) a. police power b. probable cause c. bill of attainder d. Presentment e. Miranda Rule f. information F____ 1. Prosecutors in States often use a(n) ____ to show that there is enough evidence to bring a person to trial. C____ 2. Neither Congress nor the States can pass a(n) ____ that inflicts punishment without a court trial. E____ 3. The ____ begins with these words: "You have the right to remain silent." B B____ 4. In order to obtain a warrant, police must have ____. Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 5. The main reason that there is no exact definition of the due process guarantees is that the a. Constitution is too specific. b. guarantees protect citizens against unfair processes, but not unfair laws. c. The Supreme Court only defines the guarantees on a case-by-case basis. d. courts do not want to give away too much specific information to potential lawbreakers. ____ 6. The main reason the Constitution dealt specifically with the crime of treason was that ____ 7. The main purpose of the exclusionary rule is to ____ 8. The right to privacy inherent in the concept of due process has been applied with the most controversy recently in cases involving ____ 9. For an arrest to be lawful, police must have either a warrant or a. a bill of attainder. c. a writ of habeas corpus. b. probable cause. d. a grand jury indictment. ____
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