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Misc Civics

1st Amendment Freedom of religion
2nd Amendment Freedom to bear arms
3rd Amendment No forced housing of the military
4th Amendment No unreasonable searches and seizures
5th Amendment Person cannot be tried for the same charge twice
6th Amendment A suspect will have a speedy, fair trial by jury
7th Amendment Guarantees jury trial in civil cases
8th Amendment No cruel punishment to individual
9th Amendment Listed Constitution rights do not deny others
10th Amendment Rights not delegated to the government belong to the people or states
18th Amendment Only Amendment to be repealed (This one banned alcohol, which was later legalized)
26th Amendment Made legal voting age to be 18
13th Amendment Freed slaves
25th Amendment Provided for the succession to the presidency in the event of the death or inability of a president to serve
Historical Interpretation Looks back to the Constitution's framers' intentions and interprets the wording through that
Textual Interpretation Examines the Constitution and compares it to the wording of the case that is being heard
Doctrinal Interpretation Looks at precedents that have been set in previous court cases
Ethical Interpretation Rules based on the morals designed in the Constitution
Prudential Interpretation Weighs the pros and cons of the decision
Structural Interpretation Attempts to analyze the layout of institutions as laid out in the Constitution
Created by: Elisa~Grace



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