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The Bill Of Rights

Constitution

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When did the bill of rights go into effect? December 15th 1791
What is in the 1st Amendment? Freedom Of religion, Freedom of speech, Freedom of press, Freedom of peacefully assemble, Freedom to petition the governemt
What would cause one of the Freedoms in the 1st amendment to have a limit? If it is Danger to society or purposely harmful= limits
What is the 2nd Amendment? The right to bear arms
What is the 2nd amendment today? Controversal
What is the 3rd Amendment? Soldiers quartering in homes
What is the 4th amendment? Unreasonable searches and seizures
What is the 5th Amendment? Double jeopardy, forced confessions
What is the 6th Amendment? Trial by jury, Information on charges, the right to witnesses and lawyers, maranda warning
What is the 7th Amendment? Trial by jury in civil cases.
What is the 8th Amendment? Bail and fines
What is the 9th Amendment? other rights
What is the 10th Amendment? other powers
What does Indictment mean? Formal accusation
What is the Grand Jury? Citizens who dexide if the government has enough evidence to pursue the case.
What does double Jeopardy mean? Cannot be tried for the same crime twice.
Created by: 13ebruce