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8 Cards in this Set

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Moyer Vs. Peabody

In a time of crisis, Executive Branch has the power to take or change Due Process.

Hirabayashi Vs. U.S.

Justifies order 9066, says that a preemptive strike is necessary to ensure domestic security and the health of a nation

Sterling Vs. Constantin

A state of emergency can be announced by the executive branch, but that decision is subject to judicial review.

Hill Vs. Texas

Discrimination is unconstitutional in Grand Jury Selection.

Yasui Vs. United States

Declares curfews constitutional.

Emergency/War Powers Clause

Additional executive power in times of emergency must be granted by Congress.

Fifth Amendment

No person can be held for a crime unless presented to a jury. Person cannot be tried for same offence twice, cannot be used as witness against ones self, and due process cannot be taken without good reason.

14th Amendment

Gives rights to all citizens of the U.S.