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Quiz 03 with - QUIZ 03 Question 1 Which amendment protects privacy by barring unreasonable searches by police A B C D E Fifth fourteenth eighth

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QUIZ 03 Question 1    0 / 1 point Which amendment protects privacy by barring unreasonable searches by police? A) Fifth B) fourteenth C) eighth D) Fourth E) Third Question 2    0 / 1 point States may provide more protection of individual rights than does the U. S. Constitution. A) True B) False Question 3    0 / 1 point The due process and equal protection clauses are found in the Fourteenth Amendment. A) True B) False Question 4    0 / 20 points The U.S. Constitution gives you the right to be secure from unreasonable searches. A) True B) False Question 5    0 / 10 points The concept of "Natural Law" is based upon the recognition that it is government, naturally, that bestows rights upon its citizens. A) True B) False Question 6    0 / 1 point No one ever has the right to shout "Fire" in a crowded theater. A) True B) False Question 7    0 / 10 points
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The U.S. Constitution guarantees, lists, enumerates and/or articulates your right to be free from unreasonable  searches. A) True B) False Question 8    0 / 5 points Freedom of speech does not include any right to cause ill will, upset feelings, or offense to any one who may be listening to your speech. A) True B) False Question 9    0 / 5 points You derive your rights from having been born a human being. A) True B) False Question 10    0 / 1 point The definitions of crimes and people eligible for punishment are spelled out in. .. A) constitutional criminal law B) procedural criminal law C) administrative criminal law D) substantive criminal law E) fundamental criminal law Question 11    0 / 1 point The processes followed by police, prosecutors, and judges as well as the rights possessed by suspects and defendants are defined by. .. A)
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CRM JST 110 taught by Professor Durfee during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin Milwaukee.

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Quiz 03 with - QUIZ 03 Question 1 Which amendment protects privacy by barring unreasonable searches by police A B C D E Fifth fourteenth eighth

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