Review Question For Bill of Right Quiz
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Review your Bill of Right chart that we completed in class. You need to be able to identify and explain all ten amendments that make up the Bill of Right.
Freedom of: religion- can practice an form of religion.
assembly- have the right to hold meetings to discuss problems.
press- citizens have the right to express their ideas in writing.
petition- have the right to ask the government to do something or stop something.
speech- citizens have the right to express ideas and opinions.
Citizens have the right to bear arms.
No quartering of soldiers and homes of private citizens.
Protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures. Need warrants.
Rights guaranteed to the accused.
To plead the fifth.
Right to a speedy and public trial by any impartial jury and you must be informed the charges that are against you.
The right to a trial by jury in civil lawsuit.
No excessive bail, and no cruel and unusual punishment.
We have more rights than these.
Powers are reserved to the states and the people.
Why do you think the Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution? What role does the Bill of Rights play in current events today? How do these rights impact your life?
The bill of rights was added to the constitution so it could protect the rights of the people. The bill of rights plays many roles in thing today like criminal court and gun control laws. The bill of rights impacts me by protect me as a citizen.