An accused person has the right to know the _?_ against him.
The 8th Amendment states that there can be no _?_ bail.
In a civil trial, both sides have the right to a _?_ trial.
The Tenth Amendment is sometimes called the "_?_ power amendment".
The Sixth Amendment deals with the rights of the _?_.
Powers not delegated to the federal goverrnment are therefore reserved for the _?_.
American citizens have more _?_ than are stated in the Constitution.
No _?_ of troops during peace time.
No person shall be tried in a federal court for a capital offense unless they have been formally accused by a _?_ jury.
The Fifth Amendment deals with "no double _?_".
The Bill of Rights consists of the first _?_ amendments.
An accused person has the right to a fair and _?_ trial.
A _?_ jury hears the evidence presented by both sides at a trial and renders a verdict.
The First Amendment is known as the _?_ Amendment.
The Eighth Amendment deals with no "cruel or _?_ punishment inflicted".
The right of the people to keep and _?_ arms.
The Fifth Amendment indicates "no self-_?_".
An accused person has the right to "obtain _?_ in his favor."
Without _?_, Life, liberty and property cannot be taken away.
Judges or magistrates can issue a _?_ - meaning a court document indicating the offense committed.
The Fourth Amendment deals with unreasonable search and _?_.
In order to get a warrant, the official must have what?
_?_ is the money given to the courts in order to guarantee the accused will show up for the trial.
No person can be tried _?_ for the same crime.
The Tenth Amendment deals with _?_ and people's rights.
Under the First Amendment, Congress cannot establish an official _?_.
A citizen's army under the Second Amendment is called a what?
_?_ gives the government power to take away a person's property in exchange for a fair price on that land.
The five freedoms under the First Amendment are speech, religion, press, petition and _?_.
An accused person has the right to an _?_.