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Bill Of Rights

Vocab words for the Bill of Rights

QuestionAnswer
Petition a formal written request
Civil lawsuit a court based process which someone can hold someone responsible for doing wrong
Slander/Libel make wrong statements about someone
Militia an emergency military force
Due to process of the law the fifth amendment
Prior Restraint judicial obliteration of information that is published or broadcast
Quartering providing accomodation
Warrant a document giving police the permission to search you, your house, and your belongings.
Probable cause legal standard that a police officer can arrest, search, and obtain a warrant.
Eminent domain the right for the government to take private property and pay to make it public.
Bail temporary release of an accused person who is waiting for a trial
Indict formally accuse someone of a serious crime.
Created by: edenbreslauer