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What is the difference between the due process guarantees in th…

  • Question 7a of 10 - The 14th Amendment

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  • Question Type: Multiple Choice
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  • Question: What is the difference between the due process guarantees in the Fifth Amendment and the Fourteenth Amendment?
  • Answers:
  1. They offer identical protection, but the Fourteenth applies to the federal government and the Fifth applies only to the states.
  2. The Fifth Amendment creates a broad zone or penumbra of rights that are not normally considered part of the Fourteenth Amendment.
  3. They offer identical protection, but the Fifth applies to the federal government and the Fourteenth applies to the states.
  4. One amendment focuses on procedural due process while the other emphasizes substantial due process.

The correct answer is: They offer identical protection, but the Fifth applies to the federal government and the Fourteenth applies to the states.

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