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chap.4 the bill of r

the bill

freedoms we have to think without gov. interference & to act without gov. interference or fear of unfair treatment civil liberties
can not be ban printed materials or films merely becouse they contain alarming or offensive ideas censorship
simplyba formal request petition
spreading spoken LIES is a CRIME slander
if LIES are PRINTED libel
court order allowing law enforcement officers to search a suspects home or business and take specific items as evidence search warrant
states that no one can be put on trial for serious federal crime with out the ____ indictment
a fermal charge by a group of citizens grand jury
people who are acused of a crime and judged not guilty may not be put omn trial again for the same crime double jeopardy
following established leagal procedures due process
is the right of the government to take private property usually land for public use eminent domain
is a sum of money used as a security depoasit to get the acused person out of jail the money will be returned if the person comes back to court the money is forfeited if person dose not come back come court day bail
the 15th admendment cearly aimed to guarantee______ the right to vote for african american males seuffrage
they regired voters to pay a sum of money before casting a ballot poll taxes
unfair teatment based on prejudice against a certain group of people discrimination
social seperation of the races segregation
rights of full citizenship & equality under the law cilvil rights
programs to try to make up for the past discrimination affirmative action
being singled out as suspects becouse of the way you look racial profiling
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