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AM His I

Unit Three Lesson One Bill of Rights Vocabulary

Amendment Any change to a written plan
Bill of Rights The first ten amendments to the Constitution ensuring people's rights.
Double Jeopardy When the government tries a person for the same crime twice. The Fifth Amendment protects people from being tried twice for the same crime.
Jury A group of citizens who hear evidence during a trial and decide if a person is guilty or not guilty of a crime.
RAPPS A mnemonic for the First Amendment to help you remember the freedoms guaranteed by this amendment.
Search and Seizure This is when the government (police) searches a person's body or a person's property. Items taken may be used as evidence of criminal activity. The Fourth Amendment requires a search warrant in order for the government to search a person.
Unenumerated Rights These are rights not specifically listed in the Bill of Rights, but are protected by the Ninth and Tenth Amendments
Warrant An order from a judge that authorizes police or other officials to take someone's property or search a person. The police must have a good reason to search someone.
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