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PIG Final 6

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What is the Establishment Clause That congress may make no laws respecting and establishment of religion
What is Free Exercise Clause Prohibits government from unduly interfering with free exercise of religion
What is Clear and present danger? Deals with free speech, if conflict between free expression and demands of public safety occurs, free speech is not guaranteed
Miranda vs Arizona Self incrimination and rights that any statement that a suspect reveals can be used against them, has the right of the presence of an attorney during questioning
Engle vs Vitale No prayer in schools, it violates establishment clause. This occurred in new York
Prior Restraint Censorship of information before it's published
slander Defamatory speech that damages a person good name, character or reputation (spoken)
Libel Defamatory damages of a person in writing
Texas vs. Johnson Flag burning is a form of free speech and protected by the 1st amendment
Roe vs Wade Woman's right to chose ( Abortions)
Exclusionary rule A law that protects the use of illegally obtained evidence in a criminal trial. ( Map v. Ohio)
Created by: sjjwhite