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Bill of Rights #1
#1The ___ says that illegally obtained evidence
can't be used in court.
• Reasonable suspicion rule
• Search rule
• Warrant Rule
• Exclusionary rule
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#2 This court case established that school officials can search
students with less than probable cause but the search can't be
excessively intrusive
• New Jersey v. TLO
• Safford school v Redding
• Veronia School Dist. v Acton
• Board of Education v Earls
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#3 The Grand jury determines if there is enough
evidence to CHARGE someone with a crime.
• False
• True
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#4 Double jeopardy protects us from
• having to testify in court
• Being tried for the same crime twice
• speaking to police
• illegal searches
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#5 When must you be informed of your
Miranda rights?
• When you are being arrested
• Whenever you are questioned by
police
• When is custody and being questioned
• At your trial
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#6 Due
process means
• the government can take our property if
they pay us for it and it is used for the
public good.
• The government can't illegally search us.
• All the steps established by government
must be followed.
• We can't be executed in the US without a
judicial agreement.
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#7 An
impartial jury is
• an unbiased jury
• a jury of 23 people
• a unanimous jury
• A jury of trained lawyers
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#8 the court case Gidean v Wainwright
established
• The right to execute criminals for murder.
• The right of school officials to search
students for any reason.
• that the Miranda rights must be read when
in custody and being questioned.
• Our right to a court appointed lawyer ever if
we can't afford one.
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#9 Which court case put the death
penalty into the modern era?
• Coker v Georgia
• Furman v Georgia
• Roper v Simmons
• Atkins v Virginia
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#10 A hunch is considered probable cause and
good enough for police to search individuals
• false
• true
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