Federalism

  1. How does the concept of federalism apply to Gideon v Wainwright and Miranda v. Arizona cases? Were these cases examples of judicial activism? What is judicial activism?
  2. Post ONE of the constitutional amendments in your own words and tell how it impacts this course (Survey of Law and Criminal Procedures) from an initial or starting perspective..
  3. A. What is an anonymous jury? B. What case used this? Using the below outline to answer option B.
    Give case number/year, then: 1. FACTS: 2-3 sentences summarizing the important facts. 2. ISSUE: Usually there is only one issue in a case. It generally asks a constitutional question or raises a constitutional issue and set out why a case is important. 3. HOLDING: The holding generally answers the constitutional question raised or addresses the issue raised. 4. REASONING: (The most difficult part of the brief.) Explain why the court held or decided the way it did. It should be approximately 4 sentences. 5. CASE SIGNIFICANCE: 3+ sentences which will include the impact on law enforcement or corrections personnel.

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