The article focuses on the theories of nonincorporation of the Bill of Rights by the Supreme Court of Notre Dame in the case McDonald v. Chicago. It states that several rights including the Second Amendment right, the Fifth Amendment grand jury right and the Seventh Amendment civil jury trial right was not incorporated against states prior to the McDonald case. It discusses the theories of incorporation of rights based on liberty and justice.
Suja A. Thomas,
Nonincorporation: The Bill of Rights after McDonald v. Chicago,
Notre Dame L. Rev.
Available at: http://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndlr/vol88/iss1/4