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Due Process

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Due Process

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  1. Due Process

  2. Denial of Civil Liberties

  3. Civil Rights Movement

  4. 1st Amendment Court Cases

  5. Bill of Rights

  6. Ab-Fab Vocab

  7. Due Process Denial of Civil liberties Civil Rights movement 1st amendment Court cases Bill of Rights Ab-Fab Vocab $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  8. The 5th

  9. This amendment originally stated the doctrine of due process.

  10. The Right to An attorney 200 point BONUS!!

  11. The case of Gideon v. Wainwright hinged on whether this right should be applied to the states through due process.

  12. Mapp v. Ohio

  13. This Case established the exclusionary rule.

  14. You, your immediate Surroundings and Things under your control

  15. After Arresting you, The police can search These 3 things.

  16. Life, Liberty, And property

  17. The Due process clause States that government Can’t deprive someone of these Three things without due process

  18. Plessy v. Ferguson

  19. This case, heard In 1896, established The separate but equal Doctrine.

  20. Korematsu v. US

  21. This case upheld Executive Order 9066 During WWII, authorizing The relocation of citizens Of Japanese descent.

  22. 2 of the following: Poll tax, Literacy test, Or grandfather clause

  23. Name 2 tools That were legally Used to prevent Blacks from voting.

  24. -Laws punishing men but not women for statutory rape, -All-boy and all-girl schools (if enrollment is voluntary and quality is equal), -Widows but not widowers can be given property-tax exemption, -Navy may allow women to remain officers longer than men without being promoted.

  25. Name two cases Of legal sex- Based discrimination.

  26. Espionage and Sedition Act 200 point BONUS!!

  27. These laws, passed In 1917-18, made it a Crime to speak or write To encourage treason, Insurrection, or any Other resistance to the War.

  28. De Facto Segregation

  29. Racial Segregation That occurs in Schools not as a Result of law, but a Pattern of residential Settlement.

  30. The Courts

  31. When Civil rights Bills were blocked In Congress, the NAACP Turned to this federal Institution.

  32. Civil disobediance

  33. Opposing a law one considers Unjust by peacefully disobeying It and accepting your Punishment.

  34. Voting, public Accommodations, Schools and employment

  35. The civil rights Act of 1964 dealt With 4 areas. Name Three of them.

  36. Brown v. Board of ed. • 2. Earl Warren • 3. All Deliberate Speed

  37. Which court case abolished the • separate-but-equal doctrine? • 2. Who was the chief justice • At the time? • 3. What key phrase was used in • The decision that allowed slow • Integration of the schools?

  38. Virginia v. Black

  39. This case was viewed By some as ironic Because a black lawyer Defended a KKK member For burning a cross.

  40. Burning an American Flag

  41. The case of Texas v. Johnson protected this Act of symbolic speech.

  42. Wearing black armbands

  43. In the case or Tinker v. Des Moines, Students protested the Vietnam war through This act.

  44. The internet

  45. The case of Reno v. ACLU Dealt with the Regulation of This media source.

  46. The “Pentagon Papers”

  47. In NY Timesv. US, the government tried To block publication Of these “sensitive Documents.

  48. 9th

  49. The rights to Privacy was Never explicitly Stated, but has been Inferred from this Amendment.

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