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Which of the following was declared by the Supreme Court to be "cruel and unusual punishment"? a. denying inmates needed medical treatment b. use of the electric chair as a form of execution c. placing two inmates in a cell built for one d. use of the firing squad as a form of execution
Weegy: Which of the following was declared by the Supreme Court to be "cruel and unusual punishment"? a. denying inmates needed medical treatment (More)
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The main purpose of the exclusionary rule is to a. deter police misconduct. b. prevent people who are clearly guilty from going free. c. allow certain kinds of "tainted" evidence to be used in court. d. allow for honest mistakes by police officers.
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The main purpose of the exclusionary rule is to: deter police misconduct.


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This is a method by which citizens propose an amendment or a law. a. constitutional commission c. mandate b. initiative d. ratification
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Initiative is a method by which citizens propose an amendment or a law.

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Many state constitutions go on for pages describing, for example, the rules for issuing bonds or defining the jurisdiction of various state courts. One reason for this is that they are more readily _______ than the U.S. Constitution. a. amended c. secure b. accepted d. resistant to change
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Many state constitutions go on for pages describing, for example, the rules for issuing bonds or defining the jurisdiction of various state courts. One reason for this is that they are more readily Amended than the U.S. Constitution.
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__________ is a method of ratification in which the voters, rather than the legislature, vote on an issue. a. An amendment c. An initiative b. A referendum d. A constitutional convention
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A referendum is a method of ratification in which the voters, rather than the legislature, vote on an issue.
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