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SaveQuestion 39 (1 point)The requirement that a person under arrest be informed of his or her right to remain silent is known as the ________ rule.Question 39 options:MappGideonMirandaEscobedoBentonSaveQuestion 40 (1 point)Which of the following best reflects the Supreme Court’s position on commercial speech, such as advertisements?Question options:Commercial speech receives no First Amendment protection.Advertisements receive limited First Amendment protection.
Advertisements receive as much First Amendment protection as anything else written in the newspaper.Commercial speech regulations depend on the commerce clause, not the Bill of Rights.The Supreme Court has never issued a ruling on the extent to which commercial speech receives First Amendment protection.Question 180 / 1 point________ is a court order demanding that an individual in custody be brought into court and shown the cause for detention.Question options:An advisory opinionA bill of attainderEx post factoHabeas corpusA writ of mandamusQuestion 190 / 1 pointWhich of the following types of speech receives the greatest level of First Amendment protection?Question options:slanderpornographyobscenitylibelpolitical speech that stops short of inciting violenceQuestion 200 / 1 pointThe wall of separation between church and state is best found in what clause of the Constitution?Question options:the free exercise clausethe establishment clausethe equal protection clause
the wall of separation clausethe full faith and credit clauseevidentiaryQuestion 220 / 1 pointThe judicial doctrine that places a heavy burden of proof on government officials when they seek to regulate or restrict speech is called ________.Question options:libelprior restraintstrict scrutinyspeech plusdue processQuestion 230 / 1 pointA woman’s constitutional right to an abortion was established in ________.Question options:Mapp v. Ohio (1961)Gideon v. Wainwright (1963)Griswold v. Connecticut (1965)Miranda v. Arizona (1966)Roe v. Wade (1973)Question 240 / 1 point________ is a law that declares a person guilty of a crime without a trial.Question options:Habeas corpusEx post factoA bill of attainderAn executive orderA writ of judicial errorQuestion 250 / 1 pointThe Bill of Rights was written becauseQuestion options:
the Antifederalists demanded it as the price of ratification of the Constitution.the Federalists realized that no Constitution would last for long without a bill of rights.the federal government in the early days of the republic was violating too many individual rights.Alexander Hamilton advocated the measure very forcefully.the Supreme Court ruled that a bill of rights was needed.Question 310 / 1 pointThe words under God were added to the Pledge of AllegianceQuestion options:in the midst of the Cold War, as a response to the “godless communism” of the Soviet Union.