1. Which of the following is a relevant constitutional amendment in criminal procedure?

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  1. Criminal Procedure

    Which of the following is a relevant constitutional amendment in criminal procedure? a)The Fourth Amendment b)Fifth Amendment c)Sixth Amendment D)None of the above I'm thinking b Fifth; or even d) which would be the Fourteenth Amendment.
  2. LAW

    1. Which of the following is a relevant constitutional amendment in criminal procedure? A. The Fourth Amendment B. The Fifth Amendment C. The Sixth Amendment D. None of the above im confused between A and D 2. When an appellate court reverses a lower court’s decision, it: A...
  3. crim procedure

    Which of the following rights is dependent upon whether formal charges have been filed or a criminal prosecution has begun? Answer the Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable search and seizure the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination the Sixth ...
  4. Introduction to the Criminal Justice System

    How does constitutional law affect the development of the criminal code? (What I have)is research on: I have researched the constitutional law and the criminal code, but I can not find where the constitutional law affects the criminal code. For one, the criminal code cannot ...
  5. Criminal Procedure

    proof beyond a reasonable doubt in a criminal case to convict is required by: A) The 6th Amendment B) The 5th Amendment C) The equal protection clauses. D) The due process clauses. If you ask me the answer is in the question..Proof beyond a reasonable doubt. But if I had to ...
  6. Constitutional Law

    What constitutional provision has been used to make most of the provisions within the Bill of Rights applicable to the states? A. Fourteenth Amendment Due Process Clause B. Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection Clause C. Fourteenth Amendment Privileges or Immunities Clause D. ...
  7. American Constitutional Law

    What constitutional provision has been used to make most of the provisions within the Bill of Rights applicable to the states? A. Fourteenth Amendment Due Process Clause B. Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection Clause C. Fourteenth Amendment Privileges or Immunities Clause D. ...
  8. Constitutional

    The right to a fair trial in federal cases stems from what constitutional source? A. The Fourth Amendment Speedy Trial Clause B. The Sixth Amendment Fair Trial Clause C. The Fifth Amendment Just Hearing Clause D. The Fifth Amendment Due Process Clause is it B
  9. criminal procedure

    8. A journalist is being compelled to reveal a confidential source of information, but the source would be useful to the government in a criminal investigation, or helpful to a criminal defendant at trial. What constitutional issues are involved? Should the government be able ...
  10. Constitution

    What is the difference between a legislative bond measure, a legislative constitutional amendment, and an initiative constitutional amendment? How many of each are on the ballot?
  11. Constitutional Law

    According to the readings, which of the following provisions has NOT been formally applied to the states? A. Fifth Amendment right to a grand jury indictment in felony cases B. First Amendment right to peaceably assemble C. Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination D. ...
  12. Constitutional Law

    Identify the three kinds of criminal statutes that should never be used in context involving speech, even when the First Amendment does not protect the speaker’s conduct.
  13. social studies

    what is an amendment? Why is it important that the constitutional convention provided for amendment?
  14. american constitutional law

    The federal income tax was authorized in the Constitution by: A. Article III. B. The Preamble. C. the Second Amendment. D. the Sixteenth Amendment.
  15. American Constitutional Law

    The Constitution may be amended by A. Congress proposing and the states ratifying an amendment. B. a majority vote in an election. C. the Constitutional Convention. D. Both A and C Is it D?
  16. History

    The right to a fair trial in federal cases stems from what constitutional source? A. The Sixth Amendment Speedy Trial Clause B.The Fifth Amendment Just Hearing Clause C. The Fourth Amendment Speedy Trial Clause D. The Fifth Amendment Due Process Clause i am struck
  17. Criminal law

    i'm needing help under standing the assignment please help. Describe the purposes of criminal law.Describe the two main functions of criminal law.Describe the written sources of American criminal law and their purposes.Describe how criminal responsibility can be limited....
  18. Criminal Justice/Victimology

    Victim rights reform has taken four different legislative routes in the United States. Which of the following is NOT one of them? A. Federal constitutional reform B. State constitutional reform C. Federal legislation D. city and county ordinances I think it's D, but not sure
  19. Criminal law .

    Describe the purposes of criminal law. Describe the two main functions of criminal law. Describe the written sources of American criminal law and their purposes. Describe how criminal responsibility can be limited. Describe the procedural safeguards that protect American ...
  20. Social Studies

    Which U.S. Constitutional amendment gave former slaves citizenship? Choices are: A. 13th B. 14th C. 15th D. 16th I said A. The 13th amendment
  21. American Government

    Which method is most often used to propose amendments to state constitutions? a. a constitutional convention is held to propose amendments b. a petition proposes the amendment and begins the initiative process c. a new amendment is proposed in a session of the legislature*** d...
  22. Help!

    Identify which fact about the amendment process best supports this quotation from the textbook the formal amendment process emphasizes the federal character of the government system. a. amending the constitution is a complex process that usually takes years to accomplish b. ...
  23. US goverment

    identify which fact about the amendment process best supports this quotation from the textbook the formal amendment process emphasizes the federal character of the government system. A. Amending the constitution is a complex process that usually takes years to accomplish B. ...
  24. Slavery

    Did Lincoln have the constitutional power to abolish slavery (before the 13th amendment)? Is this an opinion question? No. The power to enlave was reserved to the States. Slaves were not citizens of the US, so had no constitutional rights.
  25. Government

    1. Which of the following is true about the formal amendment process for the Constitution? A. Only citizen may propose an amendment. B. Only Congress may propose an amendment. C. Both houses of Congress may pass a resolution to propose an amendment. D. The president can Vito ...
  26. Constitutional Law

    Based on Planned Parenthood of Pennsylvania v. Casey, which of the following governmental conditions imposes an undue burden on a woman's right to choose an abortion? A. Spousal consent B. Informed consent C. Waiting period of 24 hours between consent and the procedure D. ...
  27. Constitutional Law

    Which of the following is protected speech under the First Amendment? A. Offensive speech B. Fighting words C. Child pornography D. False commercial advertising
  28. SS7R - Bill of Rights Project

    Why does everyone need to have a lawyer? What are the benefits?? I want to include this in my paragraph for the 6th amendment. Please make sure it’s on a 7th grade regent’s level. 6th Amendment The Sixth Amendment (Amendment VI) to the United States Constitution ...
  29. U.S History

    Which of the following caused a split in the womens's suffrage campaign? a.Alice Paul's aggressive strategy b.Carrie Champan Catt's "winning plan" c.The decision to press for a constitutional amendment d.world war 1
  30. U,S History

    which of the following caused a split in the women's suffrage campaign? A:Alice Paul's agressive strategy B:Carrie Champman Catt's "Winnin Plan" C:the decision to press for a constitutional amendment D:World War I
  31. History Question

    Which Constitutional Amendment is most important to you and why?
  32. Criminal Procedure

    Which of the following are NOT sources of rights? a)Court decisions b)Police department policies c)Federal Constitution d)Statues I think b is the correct answer
  33. history

    which of the following caused a split in the women's suffrage campaign? a. Alice Paul's aggressive strategy b. Carrie Chapman Catt's "Winning Plan" c. the decision to press for a constitutional amendment d. World War I no idea, pleease help!
  34. these questions left...someone help

    In addition, briefly discuss the sources of criminal law. How does constitutional law affect the development of the criminal code? What are common law crimes as opposed to actions criminalized by statute? Only last two questions... nevermind..
  35. Intro to Criminal Justice

    Since grand juries are either investigating or accusing bodies and do not determine guilt or innocence: a. they are of little value to contemporary criminal procedure. b. they foster prejudice and corruption. c. most prosecutors bypass them. d. many of the elements of due ...
  36. U.S. government

    how is the constitutional principle of federalism reflected in the formal amendment process?
  37. LAW

    1. Interrogations and confessions are protected by which of the following Constitutional amendments? A. Fifth B. Sixth C. Fourteenth D. All of the above is it D 2. Which of the following is NOT considered a “criminal proceeding”? A. A trial B. Juvenile delinquency hearing ...
  38. government

    How do the Formal amendment process and constitutional change compare as expressions of popular sovereignty?
  39. Criminal Procedure

    reasonable suspicion is sufficient for which of the following four areas of police work? A) Arrests B) Traffic stops C) Searches D) Seizures I think its either b or c but leaning more towards c
  40. Criminal Law

    Should someone be force to testify or why should they testify even if they are under oath? I thought that the 5th or 6th amendment protects a person from testify even if they have nothing to hide. Is this true? Which amendment give an individual the right not testfiy agasint ...
  41. Criminal Law

    Which amendment to the Constitution prohibits double jeopardy?
  42. History

    According to the readings, which of the following provisions has not been formally applied to the states? A. Eighth Amendment right against cruel and unusual punishment B. Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination C. Fifth Amendment right to a grand jury indictment in ...
  43. Fair and Impartial Jury?

    Hello, I have a question on a study guide that I am not sure of the answer to: In a criminal case, does a defendant has the constitutional right to a fair and impartial jury? My instinct is to say yes, however, I looked at the 6th ammendement which states: "In all criminal ...
  44. Government

    I'm in Pre AP civics.. can you help me with my essay question? Please? :) How is the constitutional principle of federalism reflected in the formal amendment process?
  45. criminal justice

    In regards to the Constitutional rights of the accused, what does the crime control model emphasize?
  46. Constitutional

    Under the Fifth and/or Sixth Amendment, a person has the right to counsel during each of the following stages EXCEPT: A. guilty pleas and sentencing. B. appeals as a matter of right. C. misdemeanor trials when imprisonment is actually imposed. D. appeals to the Supreme Court. ...
  47. Civics

    Lloyd enjoys deer hunting. He goes into local store to purchase a new gun. Which amendment to the Constitution ensures Lloyd's ability to purchase a new gun? 5th amendment 1st amendment 9th amendment 2nd amendment
  48. Civics

    Lloyd enjoys deer hunting. He goes into local store to purchase a new gun. Which amendment to the Constitution ensures Lloyd's ability to purchase a new gun? 5th amendment 1st amendment 9th amendment 2nd amendment
  49. american government

    Undecided QuestionShow me another » The Supreme Court has reasoned that a right of privacy is provided by? a) the Civil Rights Act of 1964 b) the Ninth Amendment, which says that people’s rights are not limited to those enumerated in the Constitution. c) the Tenth Amendment...
  50. Criminal Justice

    What impact does terrorism and cyber crimes have on interpreting the fourth amendment?
  51. Constitutional Law

    What amendment suggests that there are more liberties than those specifically enumerated in the Bill of Rights? A. Third B. Fifth C. Ninth D. Fourteenth is it C
  52. Geargia State History (Social Studies)

    2. Officials whose jobs are not provided for in the constitution but are required by law are known as __________. A. Constitutional Officers B Secretaries Of State C. Deputies D. Statutory Officials 5. True False: The state supreme court is an appellate court. A. True B. False...
  53. Law

    A bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment is that the government may not prohibit the expression of an idea simply because society finds the idea itself possesses which of the following? A. Offensive, disagreeable B. Meaningful, acceptable C. Foreign, forbidden D. ...
  54. LAW

    1. The right to a grand jury can be found in which Constitutional amendment? A. Fourth B. Fifth C. Sixth D. Fourteenth is it B 2. Which of the following is a method of pretrial release where the defendant promises to show up when required, without having to pay money? A. Bail ...
  55. government

    I need help with this essay question!! PLEASEE! How do the formal amendment process and constitutional change by other means compare as expressions of popular sovereignty?
  56. social studies

    1st Amendment; freedom of religion Why is this amendment important to America? What are 2 examples of how the amendment protects the citizens?
  57. Constitutional Law

    I have to write an essay over this topic and i need some help the question is: Discuss an example you found interesting of a right asserted by inmates under the Eighth Amendment’s Cruel and Unusual Punishment Clause and the outcome. I search the Eight Amendment's cruel and ...
  58. Constitutional

    Which of the following rights within the Bill of Rights officially has NOT been incorporated and applied to the states through the Fourteenth Amendment? A. The right to counsel B. The right to a trial by jury in felony cases C. The right to a grand jury indictment D. The right...
  59. Constitutional

    What case involved the delegation of voir dire in criminal cases? A. Touby v. United States B. Gomez v. U.S. C. Peretz v. U.S. D. Samuels v. U.S. is it C
  60. history

    What is an alternative explanation for how sexual offenses and vengeance of criminal activity and violence affected constitutional law and political freedom?
  61. History

    Which of the following was formally amended to the constitution a. equality of rights for women b. prohibition of alcoholic beverages c. prohibition of child labor d. balanced federal budget I know that the 19th amendment is woman suffrage, but the 18th amendment is the ...
  62. american goverment

    3. Speech is powerful. It can stir people to action, move them to tears of both joy and sorrow, and... inflict great pain. On the facts before us, we cannot react to that pain by punishing the speaker. As a nation, we have chosen a different course—to protect even hurtful ...
  63. Civics

    Anna is a high school student. The police came to her school and removed her purse from her locker. they told her that they suspected she was hiding illegal drugs in it. They found no drugs in it and returned the purse to her. what amendment gives the police to do this and ...
  64. social studies

    What is an alternative explanation for how sexual offenses and vengeance of criminal activity and violence affected constitutional law and political freedom?
  65. CRT 205

    The following activity helps you sharpen your skills in recognizing deceptive reasoning. The statements below are derived from the viewpoints in this chapter. Beside each one, mark the letter of the type of deceptive appeal being used. More than one type of tactic may be ...
  66. Criminal Justice

    Explain both the support and opposition for the viewpoint that jury nullification can be a violation of a defendant's sixth amendment rights.
  67. Criminal Justice -rsearch and statistics

    I have to write a description of an original research project at least 4 pages long. I have to formulate a theory based on any subject that is relevant to the criminal justice system. My theory should be a definitive statement . There are 3 sections; Theory Construction Data ...
  68. Civics

    Which of the following groups may be legally restricted from exercising rights generally protected by the Second Amendment? Members of the armed forces Law-abiding citizens Law enforcement officers People who have previously been convicted of murder*** cause the Second ...
  69. us history

    Army Major Hart is accused of stealing the payroll for his division. Which type of law would he be subject to: A. Civil B. Criminal C. Military D. Constitutional
  70. math 3

    A doctor has assigned the following chances to a medical procedure. full recovery 55% condition improves 24% no change 17% condition no change 4% condition worsens Suppose the procedure is performed on 5 patients. Assume that the procedure is independent for each patient.
  71. Criminal Justice

    Create a 7- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation that describes the following: o The steps leading to a trial. o The role and importance of the Sixth Amendment. o The process of jury selection and the procedures of a jury trial.  Include detailed speaker's...
  72. criminal juctice 230

    Prepare a 200- to 300-word response to the following questions: •What is the objective of punishment in the criminal justice system? •How does punishment apply to the overall criminal justice system? •How may punishment assist with achieving institutional objectives in ...
  73. criminal procedure

    In which areas of search and seizure do feel that the courts have not gone far enough?
  74. us history

    Which of these was a precedent that George Washington set? a) constitutional amendment process b) formal presidential dinners c) singing of the national anthem d) use of a president cabinet ** please check if i am right thanks! :)
  75. ENGLSIH

    What criteria should you look at to evaluate information? a) Relevant, Authoritative, Historical b) Relevant, Reliable, Revisions c)Relevant, Reliable, Authoritative d)Relevant, Reliable, Magazines and Newspapers is it (B)
  76. history

    constitutional amendment initiates a national income tax passed by which one: Theodore Roosevelt Woodrwo Wilson William Taft I think it is Taft
  77. US History

    Which of these was a precedent that George Washington set? constitutional amendment process formal presidential dinners****** Singing of the national anthem use of a presidential cabinet
  78. governmnent

    If a proposed amendment violates the Constitution, should the Supreme Court be able to block its ratification?" A. With only one exception, an amendment to the Constitution cannot, by definition, violate the Constitution. Think it through: assume for a moment that an amendment...
  79. U.S History

    5. The purpose of the progressive era was to drive reform in which of the following areas. (1 point) A. Politics and goverment B. Buisness C. Social welfare and labor conditions D. All of the above.<--- 6. During the Progressive Era, muckrakers were. (1 point) A. Big bosses...
  80. Constitution

    if an amendment violates the constitution,why should the Supreme court block its ratification? How can an amendment violate the constitution? THe amendment once adopted is a PART of the consititution. Now proposed amendments are all unconstitutional things, if they had been (...
  81. Criminal justice

    1. What protects offenders by ensuring proportionate and non-arbitrary punishment? A. Criminal law B. Criminal action C. Criminal rights D. Criminal activists is it C 2. At the federal level, what reference is used when referring to trial courts? A. Courts of limited ...
  82. Criminal Procedure

    A _______ act in furtherance of an agreement is an element of conspiracy. a. bad b. unidentifiable c. questionable d. overt
  83. english help please!!

    What is the meaning of the word "relevant" as it is used in the following sentence? Props may not be relevant to a motivational speaker, but they certainly are for actors. Detailed Appropriate Irate Difficult to use is it b
  84. Criminal Justice

    According to differential association theory, how does learning criminal behavior differ from learning other types of behavior? A. Learning criminal behavior is much more a peer group experience. B. Learning criminal behavior is a matter of imitation. C. Learning criminal ...
  85. Criminal justice

    What protection is provided by the Fifth Amendment? A. Double jeopardy B. Self-incrimination C. Due process violations D. All of the above im confused between A and D
  86. criminal justice

    Which of the following key deontological concepts refers to the idea that criminal punishment should “fit the crime”?
  87. Ethical Dilemmas/Criminal Justice

    Which of the following is an example of a value? a. It is raining b. Rain is good c. He is a liar d. He is a criminal I think the answer is A
  88. LAW

    According to the Supreme Court, the defendant is protected by which constitutional amendment(s) during the plea bargaining process? A. Fourth B. Sixth C. Eighth D. None of the above is it B 2. Which of the following is NOT an argument in support of plea bargaining? A. Allows ...
  89. History

    What is "constitutional power?" I have to write a response to this statement (either agreeing/disagreeing): "The Prime Minister of Canada has more constitutional power than the President of the United States." So I don't quite understand what constitutional power is =/
  90. american national government

    IF YOU COULD CHANGE ANY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, OR AMENDMENT, WHAT WOULD YOU CHANGE, AND WHY.IF YOUR PROPOSAL MADE IT TO THE CONGRESSIONAL SEAT FOR VOTES WHAT WOULD YOU PROPOSE AS A FIX IT ALL.
  91. criminal law

    The __________ Amendment gives a defendant the right to remain silent. (Points: 5) Sixth Fourth Fifth Third it think its "Fifth"
  92. government

    What caused states to demand a constitutional Convention and explain why? What three issues caused the most conflict during the Constitutional Convention and why? How did the COnstitutional delegates solve these problems? Please tell me how to answer the each question.
  93. politics

    Backers of a balanced-budget amendment to the Constitution might consider the following strategy: A. seeking support for such an amendment through approval by at least 34 state conventions, as almost occurred in the 1980s. B. mounting a federal court case and seeking appeals ...
  94. History

    Because they were created by Congress to address the constitutional provisions of Article I, the special courts are also known as which of the following? A:legislative courts*** B:regular courts C:decisive courts D:constitutional courts Is this correct?
  95. Criminal Justice

    the impact terrorism and cyber crimes have on interpreting the Fourth Amendment. Use a current event as a reference to help support your explanation. Do you feel the response or act was justified? Why or Why not? please help
  96. Criminal Law

    Summarize all of the steps between arrest, pre-trial, trial, and appeals (both state and federal appeal possibilities). Explain the contingencies for each stage of the proceedings and address all possible outcomes. Analyze how constitutional protections for the defendant work ...
  97. Law

    1. The Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits what two types of punishment? A. Harsh, typical B. Cruel, unusual C. Cruel, justified D. Cruel, mean is it B 2. What are the two types of mistake in respect to criminal law? A. Mistake of law and mistake of fact B. ...
  98. HELP!

    What caused states to demand a constitutional Convention and explain why? What three issues caused the most conflict during the Constitutional Convention and why? How did the COnstitutional delegates solve these problems? Plese tell me good site and teach me what these ...
  99. Constitutional

    The speedy trial provision in the Sixth Amendment provides for: A. trial by jury. B. right to counsel. C. right to a public trial. D. None of the above is it C
  100. LAW

    1. The Supreme Court has _________ the validity of plea bargaining. A. declined to decide on B. upheld C. challenged D. None of the above i'm confused between B and D 2. Which constitutional amendment gives the accused the right to a speedy and public trial? A. The Fifth B. ...
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