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Cases of Fourth Amendment Rights Violations
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This 14 page paper considers four cases that are relevant to the understanding of issues such as reasonable force and seizure. Cases considered include Graham V. Connor et al (490 U.S. 386), Brower V. County of Inyo (489 U.S. 593), Slattery V. Rizzo (939 F.2d 213) and Temkin V. Frederick County Comm'rs (945 F.2d 716. The bibliography cites 1 source.
Filename: TEviorig.rtf

Changing Law and Changing Society: Roe v. Wade (1973)
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A 9 page paper which examines this controversial Supreme Court case and considers how it significantly altered society and society’s belief systems. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TGroevwade.rtf

Checks and Balances
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A 6 page paper comparing Constitutional Framers’ original intent with expression of separation of powers today. Devising a method by which abuse of power would be difficult – if not impossible – was not an easy task, but the Framers developed a framework within which each branch of government would be accountable to others, as well as the people of the country. The purpose here is to examine how the relationships between the three branches of government have changed over the years and how the Framers’ system of checks and balances affects government function today. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSgovChksBal.rtf

Chicago v. Morales
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A 1 page brief of the Illinois Supreme Court Case in which the validity and Constitutionality of Chicago’s Gang Congregation Ordinance which prohibits members of street gangs from loitering in public places. This ordinance was enforced based on an individual’s conforming to pre-defined criteria used to define gang membership. The Illinois Supreme Court found this ordinance violated the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPlawBr2.wps


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