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Wrongfully Accused?. You decide… after you do some research. John Proctor. For what was he accused? Being a witch. Elizabeth Proctor. For what was she accused? Being a witch. Rebecca Nurse. For what was she accused? Being a witch; killing Putnams’ babies. Giles Corey.
You’re Accused!. (A) FLEE SALEM (B) ACCUSE SOMEONE ELSE (C) QUICK! GET PREGNANT (D) CONFESS, EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE INNOCENT (E) PLEAD INNOCENT AND STAND FOR TRIAL (F) REFUSE TO STAND FOR TRIAL AND FACE THE CONSEQUENCES. Puritan, puritan.
FrontPage : Have your research questions on your desk. " Today Newt Gingrich said we should use covert operations to assassinate Iran's nuclear scientists. Gingrich also said the key to covert operations is announcing them on the campaign trail." –Conan O'Brien
Accused Child Abusers. By John Barrett, Nat Marrinson, Nick Rock, and Will Fleming. L-Look for the Facts. What facts do you need to make a good judgment?
Rights of the Accused . Precedents in these cases are key: What does the majority opinion say? (Most criminal cases do not go to trial – most end with a plea bargain.) Lower courts, police and legislators are bound to follow these opinions. (COMMON LAW).
Rights of the Accused. Amendments 4-8. A police officer storms into your house and begins going through your stuff without a warrant. What’s wrong with this picture?. Fourth Amendment. People are protected against unreasonable searches and seizures
Rights of the accused. They’re not just in the Bill of Rights. Habeas Corpus. Intended to prevent unjust arrests and imprisonments. The government must be able to justify the imprisonment of a person before the courts Located in Article I, Section 9
Rights of the Accused. Chapter 20, Section 3. Habeas Corpus. 1. Explain the writ of habeas corpus in your own words – what does it mean? 2. How does this help the accused? 3. List and explain one U.S. Supreme Court case related to this.
Rights of the Accused. Rights of the Accused. 5-6-8 14 th – Amendment Presumption of innocence Manzanar –one of our big failings Reasonable doubt Due Process. Due Process. Rules the Government must follow