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TermDefinition
civil liberties the right to act and think with out government intent
censorship the banning of offensive Medea or print
petition a formal request for government action
slander spoken untruths that harm ones reputation
libel written untruths that harm ones reputation
search warrant a court order to search ones personal home
bail a sum of money given to arrested citizen by a family member or friend to prepare for trial
eminent domain the right of government to tern privet property for public use
due process following establish legal proses
double jeopardy putting someone on trial for a crime already acquainted with that person
grand jury a group of people in charge of finding evodens of a crime
indictment a formal charge by the grand jury
Created by: caster2272