a. One through 27
b. 11 through 27
c. One through 10
d. Five through 10
a. Tried twice
b. Forced to give evidence against herself
c. Deprived of life, liberty and property without due process
d. All of the above
a. Someone files a complaint against you.
b. A judge issues a warrant based on probable cause that the police swear to in writing and under oath.
c. The police chief says it is OK.
d. A police officer thinks he saw something suspicious going on in your living room, like that you were dancing around naked.
1. The police hold her for three days before saying what she is charged with.
2. She calls an attorney to prepare for a trial.
3. At the trial, various witnesses are called to testify against her.
4. Her attorney is not allowed to ask questions of the witnesses.
5. A judge finds her guilty of the crime.
At which points in this situation are there violations of the Sixth Amendment?
a. 2, 3, 4
b. 1, 3, 5
c. 1, 4, 5
d. 3, 4, 5
a. Freedom of speech
b. Trial by jury
c. Protection against illegal search
d. Direct election of senators
f. Petition the government
a. You may only discuss the positive aspects of our government.
b. Your meeting must remain peaceful.
c. You may not discuss your religious beliefs with those of another religion.
d. You may only meet during the day so you don’t disturb the peace.
a. In your pockets
b. Behind your back
c. Flipping off the police
d. Where the officer can see them
a. Ask for a lawyer.
b. Watch what you say—it can be used against you.
c. Not make any sudden moves or run away
d. Not resist even if you believe you are innocent
e. All of the above