1) In an answer of at least 1.5 pages, do the following: define what the exclusionary rule is? Tell me if it (i.e. the exclusionary rule) is popular with law enforcement, and are there exceptions to it, and if so, what are they? And defend the continued use of the exclusionary rule.
2) Which case established that police had to read someone his/her rights before asking questions the statements from which by the defendant could be used at trial? Are there exceptions to this rule and if so what are they?
3) Does the first amendment not apply to symbolic speech?
4) Is there a national standard for what defines obscenity?
5) What is the clear and present danger rule?
6) List at least one of the bill of rights that do not apply to the states
7) What is the difference between substantive and procedural due process in terms of the 14th amendment?
8) What is the standard for searches and seizures in a house and how, and why, is this different than the standard governing searches in a car on a public road?
9) According to “selective incorporation plus” which of the Bill of Rights have been incorporated? And state clearly and accurately what each of the incorporated elements of the Bill of Rights say.
10) What kinds of things are protected in terms of the “plus” as regards question x (i.e. the question right before this one)?
11) The Bill of Rights originally (i.e. at the time of ratification) applied to actions of the state governments: TRUE or FALSE
12) Define clearly and accurately what the lesson plan on canvas states concerning the current law surrounding the establishment of religion clause of the 1st amendment to the US Constitution.
13) In an essay of at least 1.5 double spaced pages, defend the view that the separation of church and state in the United States is too restrictive of religion.