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Ch 15 Bill of Rights

Ch 15 Bill of Rights Test

QuestionAnswer
amendment a change to the Constitution
After the Constitution was written it had to be ratified by nine of the states.
The First Amendment proctects freedom of press or speech; criticizing the government.
The Second Amendment is the right to keep and bare arms; states had volunteer armies who needed the right to carry guns.
The Fourth Amendment protects citizens against unreasonable search and seizure.
Due process a fair trial
Civil trial cases where there is a need to pay off debts; money owed to be paid.
Appeal a court decision is to request review by a higher court.
"My beliefs do not allow me to make a pledge to an image or flag." is supported by the First Amendment.
Bill of Rights (1791) define citizens' rights in relation to the newly established government under the Constitution.
West Virginia Board of Education v. Barnette The first Amendment protects people's right to speak or to be silent.
Created by: swinsoa