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Selected Answer:b.the Fourth Amendment a.the Fourteenth Amendmentb.the Fourth Amendment c.the Sixth Amendmentd.the Fifth AmendmentAnswers: Question 302 out of 2 points The term “due process revolution” refers to the:Answers:
Supreme Court’s expansion of individual rights in the 1960s. Question 312 out of 2 pointsWhich amendment to the Constitution forbids a government appeal of a verdict of “not guilty”?Answers: Question 322 out of 2 points What courts are the general trial courts of the U.S. court system?Answers: Question 332 out of 2 points The Fourth Amendment balances the government’s power to control crime and:Answers: Selected Answer:a.the individual right of privacy.a.the individual right of privacy.b.the ability to prevent acts of terrorism.c.the authority of police to protect citizens. d.
the individual right to protection from assault. Question 342 out of 2 pointsThe power of a court to hear and decide cases in a specific geographical area or to deal with a specific subject is called:Answers: Question 352 out of 2 points What is the second question in the three main steps in Fourth Amendment analyses?Answers: Question 362 out of 2 pointsCourt opinions refer to past cases to back up their reasoning and their decision in the present case. What are these prior decisions called?Answers:
reviewsd.petitions Question 372 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following is one of the types of crime that searches and seizures were originally intended to combat?Answers: Selected Answer:c.seditiona.burglaryb.kidnappingc.seditiond.murderQuestion 382 out of 2 pointsAccording to SCOTUS, seizures of property occur when the government meaningfully interferes with an individual’s:Answers:

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