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Bill of Rights Vocab

TermDefinition
Petition A group of people protesting
Militia Army or Military
Quartering Housing soldiers or governmental people
Warrant Permission to enter someone's home, against their will
Bail Money that you give to court in order to be released until your trial
Indict Charged, Accused, or Arraigned
Civil Lawsuit A lawsuit that breaks against civil rights
Slander/ Libel The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damaging to a person's reputation
Due Process (of the law) An individual can not lose their natural rights
Prior Restraint Is censorship imposed (freedom of speech that could make someone upset), usually by a government, on expression before the expression actually takes place.
Eminent Domain The government owns public property that can be used, but only by fees
Probable Cause Reason or Evidence
Created by: snake18