Bill of Rights
Amendment One: freedom of speech, religion, and press
Court case: Miller v. California
Amendment Two: Right to Bear Arms
Bonidy v. the U.S. Postal Service
TabBonidy parked his car with a firearm in it in the post office parking lot where guns are prohibited on the property.
Amendment Three: No quartering of soldiers in times of peace
Court case: Nevada man- his third amendment rights violated?
Amendment Four: Unreasonable Search and Seizure
Arizona v. Evans
The court instituted an exclusionary rule exception allowing evidence obtained through a warrantless search to be valid when a police record erroneously indicates the existence of an outstanding warrant due to negligent conduct of a clerk of court.
Amendment Five: Double- Jeopardy, Self- Incrimination, Due Process Law
Court case: Barron v. Baltimore
Amendment Six: Right to Speedy Public Trial
Court case: Pointer v. Texas
Amendment Seven: Right of Trial by Jury
Court case: Tull v. United States
Amendment Eight: No Excessive Bail/ Fines, No Cruel/ Unusual Punishment
Gregg v. Georgia
A jury imposed the death sentence on Gregg, after finding him guilty on charges of armed robbery and murder.
Amendment Nine: Protection of Unenumerated Rights
Court case: Roe v. Wade
Amendment Ten: Limited Power of Federal Government
Court case: Missouri v. Holland