BRIEFLY SUMMARIZE THE FACTS, ISSUE, HOLDING AND REASONING IN CRUZAN V. MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
September 25, 2019 Off All,
Topic Case review
Answer each question separately. Each question should be 350 words each with two sources. Q1 Briefly summarize the facts, issue, holding and reasoning in Cruzan v. Missouri Department of Health.Do you believe that the Constitution adequately protects the right of privacy? If so, what aspects of privacy receive protection? In other words, what aspects of everyday life are considered private and protected by the Constitution and when can the government constitutionally infringe on one’s right to privacy? Q2. Explain in detail the Right to Counsel found in the 6th Amendment. Briefly summarize the facts, issue, holding and reasoning in Strickland v. Washington. How does Miranda v. Arizona relate to this case? If you are accused of a crime, do you need an attorney? Please explain why. What are the advantages and disadvantages to having a lawyer? What does it mean to be presumed innocent until proven guilty? Q3. The Court in Roper v. Simmons said it is unconstitutional to execute persons who were 17 at the time of their crimes. Are persons who are 18 much more responsible than 17-year-olds? Why draw the line at 17? Briefly summarize the facts, issue, holding and reasoning in the Roper case. How does the Roper case affect the Graham v. Florida ruling?