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Bill of Rights a formal listing of the basic rights of U.S. citizens; first ten amendments of the constitution
defendant a person who is required to defend himself or herself in a legal action. An example is an accused person who is put on trial for a crime.
double jeopardy putting a person on trial more than once for the same crime
due process the concept that the government must follow clear rules and act reasonably as it carries out the law
self-incrimination giving testimony that can be used against oneself
warrant an order from a judge that authorizes police or other officials to take a certain action, such as searching someone’s property
Created by: Franceschini