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- Principle that government doesn’t violate the
- establishment clause as long as it doesn’t imply advantages to some religions
- over others
- Limits placed on government so people can freely
- exercise their rights
- An individual cannot be tried twice for the same
- In the 1st Amendment, the principle that government may not establish an official
- Jury not deciding on guilt or innocence but
- whether there is enough evidence to go to trial.
- Crime connecting to prejudice based on
- Hostile statements based on someone’s
- Racial segregation lasting from 1890 to 1965 in
- the US South
Rules setting clear boundaries between what is lawful and what is not
Guiding principles helping governments make judgment calls
A set of rights that police officers are required to inform suspects
- Evidence obtained in an illegal search may not
- be used in court
Legal effort to stop speech before it occurs
A process of extending protections from the Bill of Rights to the state governments.
An act used to represent a point of view
USA patriot act
Enhanced national security after 9/11
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