September 26 Class Notes
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September 26, 2016 Notes III. Discussion of Specific Civil Rights & Liberties Due process of law is primarily intended to protect the innocent i. We do not know who is innocent ii. Makes it more difficult for the government to convict anyone in order to minimize the chances of punishing an innocent person After due process, you can be deprived of “life, liberty, etc.” i. Guilty people are still people and have fundamental rights A. The Incorporation Doctrine Bill of Rights originally applied only to the federal government i. Added to provide limitations to the new, stronger federal government th ii. 5 amendment “due process of law” iii. Barron v. Baltimore: freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights did not restrict the state government iv. 10 amendment is the states’ rights amendment th 14 Amendment i. Specifically applies to states “No state……..without due process of law” ii. What’s included in “due process”? Justice Hugo Black: Total Incorporation of Amends 1- 8 Justice Felix Frankfurter: Selective incorporation on case-by-case basis Supreme Court adopted the selective, case-by-case approach Table 4.1 in the textbook shows amendment and their supreme court case B. Other Read Chapters 4-5 carefully*** Approximately same number of questions per topic 4 choices (A,B,C,D) Only know bold faced Court Cases “Key Terms & Cases” If there was a case discussed in class, then important i. Oklahoma State Capital Case Similar with amendments
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