Answer 1 and 2 with a short answer not exceeding 4 sentences in length.
1) The framers of the Constitution feared civil unrest and civil war. Discuss how specific provisions of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights reflect these fears and protect against both of these.
2) Fenway Park, to combat the growing threat of terrorism, institutes a policy where every person coming into the Park is subject to search. Ann, a season ticket holder, is upset that Bob, a security officer, has searched her by patting her down. In the course of the search the officer found two crack pipes and a pistol. She claims her subsequent arrest was unconstitutional. Is that true?
Answer 3 and 4 with a well-developed answer.
3) A state statute empowered public school officials to suspend students for up to ten days without any notice or hearing. A student who was suspended for ten days challenges the constitutionality of his suspension on the ground that he was denied due process. Was Due Process denied? Why?
4) The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) is charged with the regulation of all things which emit or receive radio signals. State A enacts a law which states that all remote garage door openers must “generate a signal no more 1.5mhz in strength.” The FCC requires such signals to be a minimum of 2.5 mhz in size. The state law was enacted to combat the growing health problems associated with the use of such systems. Which law is valid?