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Profiling

Profiling

Profiling. Policing a Diverse Society. Which Man Looks Guilty?. If you picked the one on the right, you’re wrong! If you picked the one on the left, you’re wrong too! Look again. They are pictures of the same man.

By farica
(108 views)

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Canada in the 21 st Century. As Canadians, we are blessed with incredible freedom. There is also a lot of hardship, evil, and more and more persecution. Examples: Crime and gangs Abortion Divorce and the redefinition of family Pornography Drugs.

By stefan
(148 views)

Legal Rights

Legal Rights

Legal Rights. Charter of Rights and Freedoms Law 120. Legal and Equality Rights. Sections 7-14 of Charter Covers initial investigation of a crime until sentencing of offender

By chill
(257 views)

The IV Amendment & YOU

The IV Amendment & YOU

The IV Amendment & YOU. The Bill of Rights: the iv amendment. Learning Target. The Bill of Rights: the iv amendment. I can explain which right(s) the IV Amendment protects. Background . The Bill of Rights: the iv amendment. What are the Bill of Rights?

By zona
(103 views)

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS. Know your basic rights. 1st Amendment: you have the right to assemble 4th Amendment: protection against unreasonable search and seizure 5th Amendment: protection against self-incrimination

By senwe
(140 views)

Privacy and Democracy

Privacy and Democracy

Jon Erman Kathleen Lenox MGMT 342. Privacy and Democracy. Why Care about Privacy?. Is privacy highly important to you? Does the extent to which you value your privacy relate to the idea that you have “nothing to hide?” Do you have a right to privacy? Warren and Brandeis vs.

By lenci
(230 views)

The Amendments

The Amendments

The Amendments. Holmen Middle School 8 th Grade. Religious and Political Freedom Freedom of religion No establishment of an official religion or prohibiting free exercise of (separation of church and state) Freedom of the press Freedom of speech Freedom of assembly Freedom to petition.

By hea
(243 views)

Sections of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Sections of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Sections of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The Fundamental Freedoms. Section 2 of Charter – Freedom of Conscience and Religion. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms: freedom of conscience and religion; freedom of thought, belief, opinion and

By rhys
(100 views)

The Amendment Process and the Bill of Rights

The Amendment Process and the Bill of Rights

The United States Constitution. The Amendment Process and the Bill of Rights. The Amendment Process. The authority to amend the Constitution is derived from Article V of the Constitution:

By valora
(144 views)

Constitution

Constitution

Constitution.

By etenia
(49 views)

JOURNAL- choose one 

JOURNAL- choose one 

JOURNAL- choose one . Do you have an expectation of privacy while at school? Why or why not? Describe a time when you feel you were the victim of an unreasonable search or seizure… maybe by your parents, a teacher, or someone else. Why was it unreasonable?. Fourth Amendment.

By olaf
(71 views)

R. v. Tessling

R. v. Tessling

FIDS Analysis Report By: Jeremy Bieman. R. v. Tessling. Background Information. Facts:. RCMP began investigating Walter Tessling February 1999 Police checked Hydro usage to see if unusual amounts were being used, results were negative.

By mariko
(165 views)

Katz v. United States 1967

Katz v. United States 1967

Katz v. United States 1967. Supreme Court Case. Historical Background. In 1928, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled, in the case Olmstead v. United States, that wiretapping was legal in criminal investigations.

By korene
(480 views)

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. What does the Charter do?. The Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects the rights of the individual by limiting the actions of the government The Charter does not apply to private matters. Jurisdiction Section 32.

By lilith
(204 views)

The Miranda warning reminds people who are arrested for a crime that they have the right to…

The Miranda warning reminds people who are arrested for a crime that they have the right to…

#1. The Miranda warning reminds people who are arrested for a crime that they have the right to… A. demand a retrial of they are found guilty B. choose the judge who will set their bail C. question witnesses during their trial D. Remain silent and not answer any questions . #2.

By serge
(133 views)

The United States Constitution

The United States Constitution

The United States Constitution. What is the Constitution?. It is the supreme law of the United States . It is the framework for the organization of the United States government and for the relationship of the federal government with the states, citizens, and all people. . FUN FACTS.

By toviel
(240 views)

THE CONSTITUTION

THE CONSTITUTION

THE CONSTITUTION. A . The Constitution – nation’s most important document 1 . Basic law of the United States 2. Power for all branches of government, all elected officials, including the President, is in this document 3. Parts of the Constitution a. Preamble – Introduction to

By lyle
(129 views)

Canada Government

Canada Government

Canada Government. Canadian constitution . Constitution act of 1867, what made Canada it combined four providence’s under the name of Canada Executive power resides in the Queen. Parliament consists of the Queen, the Senate, and the House of Commons Unemployment insurance

By elisha
(196 views)

Bill of Rights Scenarios

Bill of Rights Scenarios

Bill of Rights Scenarios. Scenario 1.

By kapila
(307 views)

Bill of Rights

Bill of Rights

Bill of Rights. Amendment 1. Freedom of Speech- right to speak without censorship or limitation Freedom of Religion- freedom of belief/worship. No state sponsored religion. Freedom of the Press- freedom of communication and expression in electronic media and published materials

By ulric
(135 views)

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