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Question 1

The Due Process Clause which Applies to state and local governments is located in what portion of the Constitution?

Question 2

A Due Process claim can only move forward upon a showing of:

Question 3

The Due Process Clause only protects against deprivation when there has been some state action. Which of the following is the benchmark for satisfying the state action requirement?

Question 4

Which of the following is NOT a fundamental right for substantive due process purposes?

Question 5

In order for a law which deprives people of a fundamental right to pass due process analysis, which of the following tests must be applied and satisfied?

Question 6

Which of the following suits over state law will NOT require the state to meet the strict scrutiny standard?

Question 7

Joe is a fervent supporter of his chosen political party. He is so passionate that on election day he kidnaps a group of people who he believes intend to vote for his candidate's opponent. In so doing he hopes that lacking their votes the opponent will lose. Once the poles close Joe releases his hostages, who after giving their statements to police join the opponent at his victory party. The next day several of the hostages file due process claims against Joe. What is the likely result of the claims?

Question 8

Which of the following state goals is least likely to be found "compelling" when subjected to strict scrutiny?