Teaching Materials The Bill of Rights. LESSON PLANSVisitor from Outer Space The U. S. is overtaken by space aliens and students are asked to ponder which rights they most value. This highly motivating activity requires students to think about the relative importance of the guarantees of the Bill of Rights by having them select five that they would surrender. Great with all age groups. First Amendment Freedom of Speech, Religion, and PressLESSON PLANSFree Speech in Oregon Students will be able to identify, explain, and understand the right of free expression in the state of Oregon as it is written in the Oregon constitution, the role of the Oregon supreme court in interpreting, limiting, or expanding that right, and the difference between the freedoms guaranteed by our state constitution and the U. S. Constitution. Richard English, Parkrose High School2. Youth Summit Democracy Whats News Whats a Citizen To Do Intro Lesson 1 Program Background Lesson 2 History of Free Press Lesson 3 Supreme Court and free press Lesson 4 Media Savvy Lesson 5 What is the news Lesson 6 Truth in Media Lesson 7 Free press around the globe Lesson 8 What is new media Lesson 9 Program preparation Lesson 1. Program participation. Z9Skec97E/V9Qxh-NlcGI/AAAAAAAAEZo/unXzmbpA268XtRwE6YlKB2MD_p78g_UgwCLcB/s1600/Slide16.PNG' alt='Cases For A Mock Trial Scripts' title='Cases For A Mock Trial Scripts' />Newsrooms, cybernews, journalism, citizen journalists. Students explore the connections between democracy, the news, and the role of citizens. Lessons range from the historical roots of free press to new social media. CASE STUDIESPangel v. Bend La. Pine School District A student distributed an underground newspaper that advocated that students disrupt school by doing things like making bomb threats. State ex rel Oregonian Publishing Co. Deiz The court had to decide whether a juveniles court proceedings should be closed to the public and the press. Cooper v. Eugene School District Freedom of Religion and religious dress in Oregons public schools. Craig Vattiat, Oregon City High SchoolSkywalker Records, Inc. Navarro 2 Live Crew songs are held legally obscene. Dan Webbs trial practice concentrates in the areas of major commercial, civil, regulatory, and whitecollar criminal cases. International reinsurance group providing multiline reinsurance to insurance companies on a worldwide basis. Texas v. Johnson Opinion Activities A mans burning of the American flag as a political protest was allowed as part of his free expression right under the 1st amendment. Nakashima v. Oregon State Board of Education The Portland Adventist Academy requested that their basketball games, organized by the Oregon School Activities Association, not be scheduled on Saturday during the day for religious reasons. After receiving complaints from other schools in the tournaments, OSAA informed the school that they could not accommodate the schools request any longer. The Oregon Supreme Court found that neither the U. S. Constitution nor the Oregon Constitution would be violated by accommodating the schools request. Fourth Amendment Search and Seizure, Warrant Requirement and the Exclusionary RuleLESSON PLANSSearch and Seizure in Oregon Students examine exceptions to the warrant requirement and use case briefs to trace the history of the Exclusionary Rule through the state and federal courts. Students will be able to explain the difference in the federal and state interpretations of the Exclusionary Rule, and recognize the expanded rights given to people in Oregon. CASE STUDIESOregon v. Reigner Defendants moved to suppress evidence officers obtained at a party where some minors were drinking. Defendants had tried to leave, but officers stopped them. Court granted the motion, arguing that Ds did not possess alcohol at the time and that police needed more than reasonable suspicion to stop defendants. State of Oregon v. Comment_Login_Graphic.jpg' alt='Cases For A Mock Trial Scripts' title='Cases For A Mock Trial Scripts' />Johnson Opinion Salem police illegally seized the clothing of a suspect which tainted the items so that the evidence was excluded even when later seized under a valid warrant. Vernonia School District v. Acton Opinion The school district required a drug test before students were permitted to play sports. Acton claims this violates his 4th amendment rights. State v. Dominguez Martinez Opinion This lesson will help students examine the use of racial profiling as a law enforcement tool and explore the concept of unreasonable searches and seizures in Oregon. Kyllo v. United States Opinion The results of a scan of a house using a heat sensing devicethermal scanner were used to obtain a search warrant. Thesearch yielded large amounts of marijuana. State of Oregon v. Smith Police use a sniff dog to locate the presence of marijuana. State v. Martin Officers were investigating a hit and run accident. List of Chromium Command Line Switches. There are lots of command lines which can be used with the Google Chrome browser. Some change behavior of features, others are. The Bill of Rights. LESSON PLANS. Visitor from Outer Space The U. S. is overtaken by space aliens and students are asked to ponder which rights they most value. Ribbed SweaterKnit Top A ribbed, sweaterknit top featuring a mock neckline. Site24x7 Full stack It Infrastructure Monitoring from the cloud. Sign up for free trial. Service virtualization is an alternate to stubbing and mocking. Service. After knocking on the front door for several minutes, Martin, completely naked and noticeably intoxicated, opened the door and then ran into another room. After discussion, the officers followed Martin inside and she was eventually arrested. The State argued that the officers entrance was based on Martins consent. State ex rel. Juvenile Dept. Clackamas County v. M. A. D. The Oregon Supreme Court decided that an exception should exist for schools to be able to conduct a search of a students belongings as part of their reasonable steps to protect its students. That Always Cracks Me Up. State v. B. A. H. The Court followed the State ex rel. Juvenile Dept. of Clackamas County v. M. A. D. precedent and decided that a school had a right to search a student that was suspected of having drugs. State v. Yen Lin Wan The Oregon Court of Appeals decided that evidence of a defendant who spoke little English resisting arrest and interfering with officers when they tried to enter his home was admissible, but that the there should be a self defense instruction read to the jury. State v. M. H. W. A student admitted to previously smoking marijuana and emptied his pockets at the Deans request, revealing a lighter, a tin with marijuana, and a dagger. The State filed a delinquency petition for the equivalent of carrying a concealed weapon. The Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court decisions that the search, and its resulting items were admissible evidence, since the student had consented to the Deans search. Fifth and Sixth Amendments Right Against Self Incrimination, Right to an AttorneyCASE STUDIESState v. Davilla D appealed the states use of aggravating factors in sentencing guidelines. The court held that the guidelines were not too vague, and that the court did not usurp legislative authority in implementing the guidelines. State v Machain Defendant appealed conviction based on compelling circumstances during the police interview that led her to confess. The court determined that D should have been informed of Miranda rights and that her testimony was compelled based on the length of interview, pressure during questioning, and questions that assumed her guilt. State ex rel. Juvenile Dept of Marion County v. L. A. W. Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Defendant 1. Court held that the youth waived his rights based on the totality of the circumstances. State ex rel Juvenile Dept of Lincoln Country v. Cook Juvenile confesses to crimes but claims that his confession was involuntary and induced by the police. State v. Haugen Haugen was convicted of aggravated murder and received a death sentence. On appeal Haugen wanted to drop all legal challenges to his conviction and death sentence and go ahead with the execution. When his appointed lawyers didnt agree, Haugen wanted to dismiss his lawyers and self represent.