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TermDefinition
Bail Price to get out of detention previous to trail
4th Amendment No unwarranted searches or seizures
25th Amendment Sets up Presidential line of succession.
7th Amendment $20.00 for a jury in a civil suit.
13th Amendment Abolishment of Slavery and Involuntary servitude
Expatriation To voluntarily remove ones own citizenship.
De Facto Segregation Segregation in practice, not necessarily in law.
2nd Amendment Right to bare arms.
De Jure Segregation Segregation by law.
Deportation The removal of illegal aliens from the nation.
8th Amendment No cruel or unusual punishment
14th Amendment Equal protection under the law regardless of race
Designated Survivor Someone in the line of succession of the Presidency that must stay alive.
Habeas Corpus A requirement for someone under arrest to be brought before a judge or court.
Created by: cspt