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· Ashcraft v. Tennessee, 322 U.S. 143 (1944)

  • Personal      Evaluation,      by answering the following:
    • What are the overall conclusions of the case?
    • What are the overall implications from the case as it relates to the subject-matter therein?
    • Do you agree with the conclusion of the Court? Why or why not?
    • If you disagree with the conclusion, how would you decide the issue differently and why?
    • In the cases that follow, on this issue, how has the law changed, if at all? (I.e. If your case is about searches and seizures, what other cases are discussed in the text that discuss how the law has evolved in this area?)

      Please and each question below with the necessary heading concerning this case.

      · Ashcraft v. Tennessee, 322 U.S. 143 (1944)

       

      · Personal Evaluation, by answering the following:

      · What are the overall conclusions of the case?

      · What are the overall implications from the case as it relates to the subject-matter therein?

      · Do you agree with the conclusion of the Court? Why or why not?

      · If you disagree with the conclusion, how would you decide the issue differently and why?

      · In the cases that follow, on this issue, how has the law changed, if at all? (I.e. If your case is about searches and seizures, what other cases are discussed in the text that discuss how the law has evolved in this area?)

       

      Please refer to the pages included to answer the question. Please reference

       

      Jerold H. Israel, Yale Kamisar, and Wayne La Fave, Criminal Procedure and the Constitution: Leading

      Supreme Court Cases and Introductory Text (2020)

       

      When using the pages that’s included from the book.

      Also, refer to the rubric included below.

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