Note: In the following questions, you cannot only answer “yes” or…

Note: In the following questions, you cannot only answer “yes” or “no.” You need to give your reasons.
(1) A few years ago, Kansas State Board of Education adopted a resolution, which stated that it was not mandatory for public schools to teach the theory of evolution. The Board of Education, dominated by individuals with a conservative point of view, though did not say that schools should teach theory of creation, i.e. God created the world, it did not like the theory of evolution.
Question: Can the federal government pass a law to require all public schools in the country to teach the theory of evolution?
(2) Suppose that the New York City Police Department cannot effectively deal with street robbery and residential burglary in the city.
Question: Can the federal government pass a law to make street robbery and residential burglary federal crimes so that federal law enforcement agencies can get involved in cracking down on street crimes in New York City?
Note: The question is not whether NYPD can ask for federal assistance. The question is whether the federal government can pass a law to make street crimes in NYC federal crimes.
(3) A person goes to Florida and purchases 10 pounds of cocaine. He brings the drugs back to New York City and sells them on the streets.
Question: Can the federal government pass a law to make this kind of drug trafficking a federal crime?
(4) A homeless person on New York City streets is murdered.
Question: Can this be a federal crime?
(5) A postal worker is assaulted while working in a post office in New York City.
Question: Can this be a federal crime?
(6) You are a member of an ethnic minority group. Suppose you apply for a State University and it rejects your application based on the policy that the University admits only white students. This is a clear case of racial discrimination.
Question: On what legal ground can the federal government pass a law to make the practice illegal?
(7) You are a member of an ethnic minority group. You travel to a southern state from New York. You come to a small town and want to stay in a hotel. The hotel owner refuses to accommodate you because you are from an ethnic minority group. This is a clear case of racial discrimination.
Question: On what legal ground can the federal government pass a law to make the practice illegal?
Right to counsel:
The defendant is charged with larceny-theft. The crime is misdemeanor that is punishable by up to 9 months imprisonment. The defendant is indigent and he requests the court to appoint a free lawyer for him. Should the court appoint a free lawyer for the defendant?
The defendant is charged with public disorderly conduct that is punishable by up to three- year imprisonment. The prosecution recommends that the defendant be sentenced to one year probation. The defendant is indigent and he requests the court to appoint a lawyer for him. Should the court appoint a free lawyer for him?
In Gideon v. Wainwright, the Court held that Gideon should have been represented by state appointed free counsel. What is the ruling of the Court and why the ruling is important?
John is charged with minor theft and he is likely to be sentenced to a fine of $1,000. He is indigent and requests state appointed free counsel. The judge denies his request. John claims that his right to counsel is violated. Is his right to counsel violated?

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