Constitutional Law in the U.S.: Intro to Criminal Justice Lesson Plans Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. The police suspect that a few apartments in a complex are involved in prostitution. They are uncertain about which apartment it is, but would like to search all of them. Why would a search without a warrant be illegal?

Question 2 2. In business, the First Amendment provides:

Question 3 3. Bullfrog McCoy was arrested and acquitted of robbery. When he was released, the police wanted to re-arrest him because they were sure he did the crime. What protects Bullfrog from being rearrested?

Question 4 4. What can the government do when a business falsely advertises?

Question 5 5. Joe was arrested for loitering. Upon his arrest, he was denied a phone call. What type of due process was he denied?

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Question 6 6. How are the 5th and 14th Amendments similar?

Question 7 7. Surry wants to become a dog groomer. Therefore, she sets up shop in her home and sends invitations to all of her pooch-loving friends. After several months in business, the city shuts her down, citing that she does not have a license to groom dogs. Horrified, she cries foul play. Can they do that?

Question 8 8. What is the main difference between the Fifth and the Fourteenth Amendments?

Question 9 9. Once enough evidence is provided to a judge about the criminal activity of a suspect, what is issued?

Question 10 10. Smitty was arrested on his way home. When he was brought into the police station, he was locked up for over 6 days without being informed of the charges. What type of due process was violated?

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Question 11 11. Due process has to do with

Question 12 12. The Miranda Rights do what?

Question 13 13. The 9th Amendment is necessary because:

Question 14 14. How many Amendments make up the Bill of Rights?

Question 15 15. What is one of the ways in which a person can be stripped of his right to liberty under the Fifth Amendment?

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Question 16 16. Which protections are found in the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States?

Question 17 17. In Griswold v. Connecticut, the plaintiffs used the 9th Amendment as justification for the right to:

Question 18 18. The 4th Amendment protects citizens from:

Question 19 19. Milford passed a police officer. The officer noticed a strong smell of marijuana on him. What can the officer do?

Question 20 20. Amad's parents came to the United States on a visa program from a Middle Eastern country. While they were here, his mother gave birth to Amad. Once their visa expired, immigration officials denied the family an extension and claimed that Amad was considered only a citizen of his parent's home country. What protection would Amad have under the law?

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Question 21 21. How did the Griswold v. Connecticut case use the 9th Amendment?

Question 22 22. How are the 9th and 10th Amendments similar?

Question 23 23. Under the First Amendment, which advertisement would be appropriate?

Question 24 24. In order to adhere to place restrictions, where might an adult magazine be legally displayed?

Question 25 25. Identify which of the following cases is protected by the expectation of privacy:

Constitutional Law in the U.S.: Intro to Criminal Justice Lesson Plans Chapter Exam Instructions

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