This edition: Sticks and Stones, Pt. 1
An immigrant businessman who has been physically assaulted by a member of an influential family seeks justice from the legal system. Theme: Fourth Amendment limitations and the right to privacy and criminal due process. Key Concepts: How the Constitution protects persons charged with a crime; the importance of the protection provided by procedural due process; the assistance given to victims of crime. Turning Points: Elaborates on how the Constitutional Amendments four through eight spell out the rights of people who are suspected of, charged with, or convicted of a crime.