Police acting in good faith, with a legal warrant, may present evidence in court
The due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment applies to illegal searches
Searches of criminal suspects are constitutional
Evidence may be used in cour if the evidence would have been inevitably discovered
The exclusionary rule does not apply to cases tried in state courts
U.S. District Courts
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals
U.S. Tax Court
U.S. Court of Claims
I, II, III
IV and V only
Work with the Supreme Court on constitutional issues
Presides over the Senate and break tie votes
Balance the ticket
Preside over the House of Representatives and break tie votes
Issue directives, on the president's order, to the political parties
Originally only ten times including the Bill of Rights
Sandra Day O'Connor
Ruther Bader Ginsburg
I and III only
I, II, III, and IV
III and IV only
I, II, and III only
The Federal Reserve
Federal Trade Commission
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Securities and Exchange Commission
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Each member of the House is allowed one vote.
Each state's delegation casts one vote.
Only the speaker votes.
The House votes as a single unit.
The House Rules Committee makes the decision.
Interest groups always provide accurate and concise information.
Some interest groups have influence that is not proportional to their size.
Interest groups attempt to control government.
Interest groups are well financed.
Interest groups undermine the goals of the American political system.
The general practice clause of Congress
30 years of age
Natural born citizen
Previous experience in government
Resident of the United States for at least nine years
Individuals playing different political roles in society
Individuals with diverse beliefs about public policy
Individuals with diverse sets of balues and beliefs about public policy
Individuals acquiring their differing beliefs and political orientation
Individuals defining their political society in relation to their form of government
Freedom of speech
Freedom of religion
Freedom of press
Right to an attorney
Freedom to move about the country
A write of certiorari
"the rule of four"
Only federal courts hold this power.
All federal courts and most state courts hold this power.
All federal courts and all state courts hold this power
Most federal courts and most state courts hold this power
Only the SUpreme Court of the United States holds this power.
Health and Human Services
Requires a majority vote of the Senate for conviction
Exemplifies the concept of checks and balances.
Is the removal of a president from office
Is presided over by the vice president
Allows the Senate to bring charges against the president.
Political action committee
An endorsement by a major business or community leader
Knowledge of the workings of government
State conventions called by Congress
A national convention
A two-thirds vote of each house of the Congress
Legislatures of three-fourths of the states
Legislatures of two-thirds of the states
Time determined by the president
Life, during good behavior
Time determined by Congress
Political parties and interest groups
Negative members of Congress
Splinter groups of the executive
States not willing ot be a part of the federal union
The power of the purse
Judicial review of executive actions
Approval powers over appointments