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AP Gov #25_ McNair

Chapter 4 Lesson 25

What Supreme Court case ruled that requiring an organization to turn over its membership list was unconstitutional? NAACP v. Alabama
Most of the wording of the Bill of Rights concerns what? the rights of those accused of crimes
What can a court not issue unless probable cause exists to believe that a crime has been or is about to be committed? a search warrant
Without witnessing a crime being committed, police officers cannot arrest a suspect without what? probable cause
Since 1914, the courts have used what to prevent illegally seized evidence from being introduced into the courtroom? an exclusionary rule
What does the Fifteenth Amendment forbid? forced self-incrimination
What was the Supreme Court case ruling that police must inform any suspect of a series of rights, including the right to remain silent. Miranda v. Arizona
What 1761 Supreme Court case protected against unreasonable searches and seizures? Mapp v. Ohio
Is the following TRUE or FALSE concerning Miranda v. Arizona: Miranda's guilt or innocence was not at issue; his rights had been violated, so his conviction was overturned. TRUE
The Bill of Rights contains only 45 words that guarantee the freedoms of what? religion, speech, press, and assembly
What new law, passed just six weeks after the attacks of 9/11 gave the government broad new powers for wiretapping, surveillance, and investigation of terrorism suspects? Patriot Act
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