3 How did the Second and Fourteenth Amendment apply to the Supreme Court ruling

3 how did the second and fourteenth amendment apply

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3. How did the Second and Fourteenth Amendment apply to the Supreme Court ruling in McDonald v. Chicago. Include in your
discussion selective incorporation and its impact on state regulation. The McDonald v. Chicago case ruled that the gun ban in Illinois was unconstitutional because it violated the second amendment. Furthermore, the fourteenth amendment states that no state is obligated to enforce laws that infringe on the people’s laws. The ruling in the case said it was unconstitutional because the gun ban directly went against the second amendment. 4.Explain how the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of states’ power to restrict individual liberty. 5.Explain how the Miranda rule protects an accused person's rights. Where in the Constitution are those rights found? What are the restrictions on evidence obtained according to the Supreme Court? 6.Explain how the Supreme Court has allowed unwarned interrogation to be used as evidence in court. 7.In the interest of national security during times of crisis, what rights has the Supreme Court allowed law enforcement agencies to infringe upon? (NSA)

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