5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Vice President
- Amendment 21
- Bill of Rights
- Amendment 2
- a 1st 10 amendments, protects people's individual and civil rights
- b right to bear arms
- c President rejects a bill passed by Congress. Congress can override with 2/3 vote
- d President of the Senate, only votes to break a tie, takes over presidency if president is unable to serve a full term
- e Prohibition repealed
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- women can vote
- 100 senators, 2 per state, equal representation
- goals of the Constitution
- right to trial by jury with witnesses and a lawyer
- declares laws constitutional or unconstitutional, interprets the law
5 True/False Questions
President → a change to the Constitution, there have been 27 of them, passed by 2/3 of Congress,
ratified by ¾ of states.
Amendment 5 → right to due process
Checks and Balances → keeps all 3 branches equal Examples: Senate must approve presidential appointments, the President can veto laws passed by Congress, Supreme Court can declare laws unconstitutional
Impeach → accuse an official of crimes and bring them to trial. House impeaches, Senate holds trial can only be removed from office and barred from holding office if convicted.
Amendment 4 → search and seizure/police must have a warrant and a probable cause.