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Chapter 4

the constitutional and other legal protections against government actions. they are set down in the Bill of Rights Civil liberties
The first ten amendments of the constitution the Bill of Rights
the government have to weigh the rights of both sides of a case balance of the scales
what is the first right in the bill of rights the freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and the freedom of petition
when was the bill of rights adopted 1791
why was the basis of the law of the constitution the way it is the effect of the British tyranny
what is the second right the right to bear arms
what is the fourth right freedom from searches and seizures
what was the fifth right in the constitution Grand Jury, Double jeopardy, Due process, Eminent Domain
what is the sixth right in the bill of rights criminal court procedures
what is the seventh right in the bill of rights trial by jury
what if the eighth right in the bill bails, fines, and punishment
what is the tenth right all rights not listed in the constitution listed specifically listed to the federal government is given to the states
what is the fourteenth amendment No state shall make a law that violates the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States, take their right to life, liberty, or the pursuit of happiness, without due process of the law
what is the due process clause part of the 14th amendment that states that "no person shall be deprived of the right to life, liberty, or property without the due process of law
what was Gitlow V. New York about anarchy papers
what was Baron V. Baltimore about the court case in which the supreme court ruled that the bill of rights restrained the federal government not state or local
what was the establishment clause part of the first amendment that congress shall make no law respecting any religion
how was the free exercise clause made was born out of British rule
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