1st amendment peaceably assemble (meet together with others and to petion(appeal to) goverment
4th amendment protects people and their belongings from unreasonable searches and seizures. Seizures taking something from someone.
Before arresting a person or searching someone' home. Police have to have a warrant from a judge that says who will be arrested and what will be searched a warrant
5th amendment gives people who are arrested of a serious crime a right to a grand jury hearing. They hear the persons story and then the jury decides on what will happen to them
a formal charge given by the jury
means a risk..a person who is tried for a crime and found not guilty cannot be tried again for the same crime
The act of giving testimony that can be used against oneself. Police can not force you to say something that can be used in court against you.
To tell people of their rights during a arrest and telling them that what they are about to say can be used against them in a court of law.
The goverment must follow clear rules and act reasonably as it carries out the law
To not set high or excessive bail (money) to keep a person in jail until trial
Bill of Rights
Amendment to the constitution that gives people a right to freedom of religion, freedom of speech. of the press and of assembly and petition goverment