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Lorenza Kassulke

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What is first person point of view

The first person point of view is one controlled by the self. In this point of view, words such as "I" and "me" are used.

For example, the sentence "I went to the store." is in the first person point of view, as the self controls the statement. However, if one was to say "They went to the store." it would be third person point of view as the self is not involved in the statement

The "first person" is I or Me

The "second person" is you

The "third person" is he or she.
The first person point of view is when a character is telling the story from his/her view.

In first person point of view, the narrator is a character in the story; the narrator uses the pronouns "I," "we," and "us."

Which of the protections available to criminal offenders through the bill of rights do not currently apply to states

The protections available to criminal offenders through the Bill of Rights that do not currently apply to states are known as unincorporated rights. These rights include the right to indictment by a grand jury and the right to be protected from excessive bail or fines.

Law that concern grouping individuals by race are subjected to

strict scrutiny

Apex :)

What is the impact of the incorporation of Bill of Rights

State governments were required to provide most Bill of Rights protections.

A scientist studying humus would most likely examine a sample of what

Soil

Which amendment require states to honor the bill of rights

Fourteenth Amendment

Does the bill of rights protect the individual liberties

yes

What did the supreme court decide in Schnek v. the US

Limits to free speech were constitutional during national emergencies - apex

Substantive due process is best associated with dealing with

Substantive due process is best associated with dealing with fundamental rights

Can a farmer sue a landowner for not being allowed to harvest crop

Whether a farmer can sue a landowner for not being allowed to harvest their crop depends on the wording of the contract between the two parties. Assuming the contract was correctly prepared the answer would be yes.

Which situation is the best illustration of effective political advocacy

the march on Washington increased public support for civil rights legislation

in the 1800s, the antislavery movement forced the government to take the issue of abolition seriously

What is the difference between total and selective incorporation

How much of the Bill of Rights applies to the states. -Apex :)

Which Bill of Rights protection has not been incorporated into the Fourteenth Amendment so that it applies to the states

protection against excessive bail was the right answer to mine

What defines landmark Supreme Court cases

they result in significant changes in the way laws are interpreted

Which civil liberty listed in the Fifth Amendment was at issue in Miranda v. Arizona

protection against self-incrimination

The right to due process means that the government

Has to follow the law in its treatment of citizens. -Apex

Identify one result of the Fourteenth Amendment

Expanded civil liberties (APEX Class ;)

In Katz v. US the Supreme Court ruled that tapping a public phone without a warrant violated the

implied right to privacy. APEX

What is The principle that state governments and the federal government work together to develop national policies is known as .

cooperative federalism

What process do the event in the timeline reflect

Increases in campaign finance regulation followed by a loosening of restrictions

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