- 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?
- 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..
- 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.