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U.S. Constitution

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Which landmark case created judicial review? Marbury v. Madison
Which chief justice was instrumental in creating judicial review? John Marshall
In the case of New Jersey v. TLO how did the supreme Court rule? They ruled with New Jersey
In the case of Tinker v. Des Moines, why were the students allowed to wear their black armbands ? They were allowed to wear them because of their first amendment
What does the fourth amendment prohibit? The fourth amendment stops people from going through your things without a warrant or the persons permission
What are the limitations on Free Speech ? Th limits are don't yell or say things that are not true or that are not really happening
10th Amendment Powers reserved to the states or to the people
9th Amendment Powers reserved to the people (rights not taken away)
8th Amendment No cruel or unusual punishment
7th Amendment A civil trial
6th Amendment Right to a speedy trial and lawyer
5th Amendment Innocent until proven guilty right to remain silent
4th Amendment Searches and seizures
3rd Amendment You do not have to house any soldier
2nd Amendment Right to bear arms
1st Amendment Right to free speech, press, and religion
Why was the Bill of Right added to the constitution? It was added because without it was people would be out of control and no rights and no rules to follow
What did the Framers intend by the phrase " a more Perfect Union" in the preamble Because this creates a place were rules have to be followed and by doing this it made us better
Were does the power from the government come from The people
What is the supreme law of the land The president
What system was designed to prevent one person or branch of the government to have all the power The Three branches of government
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