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Civics EOC 31-40

Civics test 10/11/16

law of blood idea that a persons nationality at birth is the same as that of his natural parents
law of soil idea that the country of citizenship of a child is determined by its country of birth
civic responsibility something that you should do as a citizen- this can include in the democratic process (voting, recycling, volunteering, or helping other citizens)
civic duty something that each citizen owes their nation whether its serving on a jury, abiding the law, registering for selective service, or paying taxes
selective service a system for calling up people for compulsory (required) military service
first amendment protects 5 freedoms: religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition
second amendment protects the right to bear arms (guns)
third amendment no soldiers will be quartered (housed) without the consent of the owner during times of peace. Also, protects homeowners during times of war (unless required by law).
fourth amendment protects against unreasonable search and seizure without a warrant or probable cause
fifth amendment 1. before being tried for bad crime, grand jury must indict (accuse) person of crime 2. protects against being tried for same crime twice 3. protects against self-incrimination 4. due process of the law 5. allows eminent domain
Created by: ineyhart