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Bill of Rghts

QuestionAnswer
Freedom of religion, speech, press, petition, and assembly 1st Amendment
Right to bear arms (legal and registered) 2nd Amendment
Government cannot force people to quarter troops in their homes 3rd Amendment
Protects against unreasonable search and seizure (warrent or probable cause) 4th Amendment
Rights of people accused of crimes (right to remain silent, no double jeopardy, due process) 5th Amendment
Right to trial by jury in criminal cases (impartial jury and provided a lawyer) 6th Amendment
Right to trial by jury in civil cases (cases that involve money) 7th Amendment
Forbids excessive ball and cruel or unusual punishment (punishment must fit the crime) 8th Amendment
PeopleĀ“s rights are not limited to those listed in the constitution 9th Amendment
States or people have all powers not denied or given to fedral government by constitution 10th Amendment
What are the 5 freedoms of the 1st Amendment? press, petition,assembly,religion, and speech
Why is the 2nd Amendment controversial? Pros- protection and hunting Cons- accidents and crimes
How can the 4th Amendment be legally used? Warrant and probable cause
Created by: dguerra621030
 

 



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