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Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. AP Olympics Scoring. Your team must accrue a certain number of points: 0-150-0 points 150-300-1 point 300-750-2 points Overall winner gets 1 bonus point. Rights, Liberties, and the

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Choose a category.

You will be given the answer.

You must give the correct question.

Click to begin.

ap olympics scoring
AP Olympics Scoring
  • Your team must accrue a certain number of points:
    • 0-150-0 points
    • 150-300-1 point
    • 300-750-2 points
  • Overall winner gets 1 bonus point.
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Rights, Liberties,

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Constitution

1st Amendment

Speech

1st Amendment

Religion

Rights of the

Accused

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In the US, this rule requires that illegally obtained evidence be removed from use during a trial.

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In order for police to obtain a warrant, the Fourth Amendment requires that police have this.

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The government may not deprive individuals of life, liberty, or property without a fair trial according to this clause of the 14th Amendment.

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This Latin term refers to a citizen’s right in the Constitution to appear in court and defend him or herself if charged with a crime.

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To prove that this has occurred in court and receive damages, you must show that a person’s speech was false, damaging, and said with malice.

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Of the following, the Court has held this to be an acceptable form of symbolic speech:

  • Draft card burning
  • Pipe-bombing of public facilities
  • Spitting at a politician
  • Burning the flag
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The Court has used this test in order to determine whether speech should be curtailed because it had the potential to produce harmful actions.

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The freedom of speech for students is much more restricted because schools play a guardianship role for children when they are at school according to this doctrine.

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In order to maintain a freedom of the press, the federal government is forbidden from engaging in this against media outlets.

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This clause of the First Amendment requires that the government not get itself entangled in religion.

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This clause of the First Amendment forbids the government from preventing an individual from practicing their religion as they see fit.

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This case became the standard for declaring prayers in public schools unconstitutional even when that prayer is non-denominational and voluntary.

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When arrested, the police are required to read you these as a result of a Supreme Court case of the same name.

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Since the 1980s, the Court has accepted evidence that was gathered in error as long as such mistakes were sufficiently minor under this type of exemption.

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This piece of legislation expanded the government’s ability to fight terrorism, but raised serious constitutional questions about the detention of terrorist suspects and the use of Internet and phone taps of citizens.

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This court case was overturned in the landmark Brown v. Board decision on racial segregation.

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Segregation in the United States has come in two forms. When it is done by law it is referred to as _______, but when done by custom it is referred to as _______.

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Regents of the University of California v. Bakke (1978) and Grutter v. Bollinger (2003) both dealt with these types of policies.

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This term refers to groupings of people on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, etc. when determining whether policy is equally and fairly enforced.

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In 2000, the Court held that this organization may ban members on the basis of their sexual orientation.

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Provide one reason why during the early Civil Rights Movement African Americans fought their battles in the courts rather than through Congress.