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btschapter 4 vocab

QuestionAnswer
free exercise clause can do or not do any religion
establishment clause gov cannot make a national religion
quartering to house
suffrage right to vote
due process things that have to happen in the legal system
self-incrimination admitting your guilt
eminent domain gov can take private property for public use
bail money to make sure accused appears for there trail
civil rights rights all citizens have
poll tax pay to vote
libel telling lies in print
slander telling lies in speech
bill of rights first 10 amendments
petition ask the gov for something
exclusionary not included
prohibition no alcohol
selective service the draft
volunteerism helping people or young community for free
duty things you have to do
responsibility things you should do
indictment a formal criminal charge
double jeopardy tried twice for the same crime
counsel a lawyer
abolish to do away with
fundamental basic
Created by: bailey sturm