a warrant authorizing law enforcement officials to search for objects or people involved in the commission of a crime and to produce them in court
a group of citizens that decides whether there is sufficient evidence to accuse someone of a crime
To Formally Acuse.
the right that you will not be tried for the same crime twice
Due Process Of Law.
No Person can be Denyed Life, Liberty, or Property Rights.
The power of government to take over private property and use for public use.
decides whether an accused person is innocent or guilty
the legal system that allows an accused person to be temporarily released from custody (usually on condition that a sum of money guarantees their appearance at trial) noun
Using Falso Facts in the Public, To ruin someones reputation.
Using the Press Or Media To spread False Information.
Betraying or endangering Your Country.
Asking Government or Demanding that they take some kind of action.
The Right To Vote.
Tax a person had to pay to register to Vote.
List the rights Prtected by the first amendment.
Religion, Speech, Press, Petition, Assembley.
Describe two limits to "Freedom of Speech."
Can Not Criticize or Slander.
Today freedom of speech is also interpreted as freedom of "Self-_______."
How Has the freedom of the Press changed since the Bill Of Rights was written?
It Includes Electromics now.
describe several types of activities that are protected by your "freedom of Assembly."
Meet, Discuss Problems, and To Protest.
explain the meaning of the right to Petition.
Congress shall make no law abridging the right of the people.
List two ways that the Bill Of Rights safegaurds our religious freedom;
YouCan choose your religion and no one can criticize you for what religion you have choosen
explain the principel of seperation of church and state.
There should be a clear diviosion between government and religion.
explain why their must be limits placed on our freedoms.
because, you are given certin rights, but you can NOT use them in a harmful way.
Allows us to hold/have Guns.
No quartering without permission of house owner.
searches and seizurs.
What rights of a person convicted of a crime are protected under the fifth amendment?
A Grand Jury, Knowing the Charges, One Phone Call, ETC.
What Rights do you have as an accused person under the sixth amendments?
Prompt and Public Trial, Decided by the Jury.
Explain the Seventh amendment.
Only Provides for certin Kinds.
Explain the Eighth.
To Make Sure you are their for trial.
List rights of Americans that are protected by the ninth amendment.
Not Specifically Defined.
Explain what amendments 15, 17, 23, 24, and 26 have in common.
They all have to do with voting.
Explain how the bill of rights reflects the principle of "Limited Government."
Contains rights that can not be taken away.