the establishment clause the equal protection clause the wall of separation

The establishment clause the equal protection clause

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the establishment clausethe equal protection clausethe wall of separation clausethe full faith and credit clauseThe ________ rule forbids the introduction in trial of any piece of evidence obtained illegally.Question 21 options:exclusionaryMirandaex post factoevidentiarySaveQuestion 22 (1 point)The judicial doctrine that places a heavy burden of proof on government officials when they seek to regulate or restrict speech is called ________.Question 22 options:prior restraintstrict scrutinyspeech plusdue processSave
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Question 23 (1 point)A woman’s constitutional right to an abortion was established in ________.Question 23 options:Gideon v. Wainwright(1963)Griswold v. Connecticut(1965)Miranda v. Arizona(1966)Roe v. Wade(1973)SaveQuestion 24 (1 point)________ is a law that declares a person guilty of a crime without a trial.Question 24 options:Ex post factoA bill of attainderAn executive orderA writ of judicial errorSaveQuestion 25 (1 point)The Bill of Rights was written becauseQuestion 25 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.the Supreme Court ruled that a bill of rights was needed.Which of the following is true about the Bill of Rights?Question 27 options:It includes the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution.It includes all of the civil liberties and civil rights found in the U.S. Constitution.It is the first national Constitution of the United States.It is the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
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It is the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.SaveQuestion 28 (1 point)Which of the following rights is NOT found in the original, unamended Constitution?Question 28 options:the guarantee of habeas corpusprohibition of ex post factolawsprohibition against cruel and unusual punishmentthe guarantee of trial by jury in the state where the crime was committedprohibition of bills of attainderSaveQuestion 29 (1 point)________ occurs when government officials block the publication of material they do not want released.Question 29 options:SeditionSpeech plusPrior restraintClear and present dangerLibelSaveQuestion 30 (1 point)Griswold v. Connecticut(1965) and Roe v. Wade(1973) have been extremely important in the development ofQuestion 30 options:a constitutional right to privacy.American due process.New Federalism.a test that can be used to determine what is protected speech.the rights of individuals accused of crimes.The words under Godwere added to the Pledge of AllegianceQuestion 31 options:
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in the midst of the Cold War, as a response to the “godless communism” of the Soviet Unioduring the Civil War, to tie the Union’s war effort to religion.in 1823, during a religious revival called the Second Great Awakening.immediately following the ratification of the Constitution in 1788.
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