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MO Bill of Rights

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Section 1 Source of political power in MO is with the people
Section 2 Reason for Government is to promote the general welfare
Section 4 Establishes MO as an independent state, but must submit to the laws of the US
Section 5 Freedom of religion (a person may worship as they please)(1st amendment in US constitution)
Section 6 Do not have to be religious (1st amendment in US Constitution)
Section 7 Can not use tax money from the state to support religion (1st amendment in US constitution)
Section 8 Freedom of speech (1st amendment in US constitution)
Section 9 Right to peaceable assembly and petition (1st amendment in US ) constitution
Section 10 Right to Due Process of Law
Section 11 Protects against Debtors Prison
Section 12 Habeas corpus or unfair imprisonment
Section 13 Ex post facto laws, Laws can not work backward
Section 14 Open courts, no secret trials
Section 15 Unreasonable search and seizure prohibited (4th amendment in US Constitution)
Section 19 Self-incrimination (5th amendment in US constitution)
Section 22(a) Right to Trial by Jury (7th amendment in US constitution)
Section 23 Right to keep and bear arms (2nd amendment in US constitution)
Section 25 Election Rights
Section 26 eminent domain
Section 29 Right to form unions and collective bargain
Section 32 Crime victoms rights
Section 33 Definition of marriage
Created by: Coach Hilton