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5 Matching questions

  1. Amendment 3
  2. Bill of Rights
  3. Amendment1
  4. Legislative intent
  5. Checks and balances
  1. a what the lawmakes who passed a law wanted the law to mean. If the language of a statute is unclear, judge will often look at this to help them interpret the law
  2. b Freedom of speech, religion, press, petition, and to assemble
  3. c the first ten amendments to the US Constitution
  4. d 3 branches of government are independent; each has the power to restrain the other branches in a system; prevents one branch from becoming too powerful
  5. e a soldier cannot live in your house without your consent

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the power or right vested in one branch of government to cancel or postpone the decisions of another branch, especially the right of the president
  2. -Executive Office of the President
    -IRS
    -FBI
    -CIA
    -INS
    -ICE
  3. protection from excessive bail, excessive fines, and cruel and unusual punishment
  4. Rights not listed in the Constitution cannot be taken away nor new amendments be written to take away the Bill of Rights
  5. -grand jury must indict a person charged for a felony (probable cause to indite)
    -no double jeopardy
    -protection for you to not be forced to testify against yourself
    -due process of law
    -private property cannot be taken away unless paid for

5 True/False questions

  1. Amendment 2Rights not listed in the Constitution cannot be taken away nor new amendments be written to take away the Bill of Rights

          

  2. Trial Courtslisten to testimony, consider evidence, and decide the fact in disputed situations

          

  3. Human rights violations (not in the Constitution)what the lawmakes who passed a law wanted the law to mean. If the language of a statute is unclear, judge will often look at this to help them interpret the law

          

  4. Judicial Review-Executive Office of the President
    -IRS
    -FBI
    -CIA
    -INS
    -ICE

          

  5. Legal malpracticelisten to testimony, consider evidence, and decide the fact in disputed situations