Bill Of Rights
What are the Bill of Rights?
Bill one: freedom of speech, religion, press
Court case: Miller vs. California
Miller was protected by the amendment.
Bill two: right to bear arms
Court case: Bliss vs. common wealth
Kentucky supreme court agreed with bliss. The state could not limit the kind of weapons a citizen could have.
Bill three: Right to privacy in the home
Bill four: Unreasonable search and seizure
Court case: Arizona vs. Evans
The court extended the good faith rule once again.
Bill five: Double jeopardy, self-incrimination, due process of law
Court case: Brown vs. Ohio
A police officer collects evidence to be used in a 2005 murder case in New York.
Bill six: The right to the accused in criminal cases
Bill seven: The right to a jury trial
Bill eight: preventing cruel and unusual punishment.
Court case: Gregg vs. Georgia
A military courtroom in Guaranamo bay, Cuba, has been prepared for possible trials.