Bill of Rights

Jaelen Jordan Blk: 3 12-18-14

What are the Bill of rights

Bill of rights are the first 10 amendments in the consitution
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First amendment: the right to free speech, religion, and press

You can say anything you want, you can write anything you want, you can also believe in any religion you want.

Court case: Bretton Barber: Teacher was not accurate on why the shirt was bad

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Second amendment: A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state

People mat have to serve on the military if need
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Third amendment: no soldier can come in your home and demand you to let them stay their.

Soldiers can't force you to let them live in your home.
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fourth amendment:police can't come in your house and search and take away your belongings

Police can't come in your house and look through your stuff.

Court Case: Kyllo Vs US: The use of a new technology called Thermal imaging

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fifth amendment: will be able to answer for a case of crime

When a crime happens the grand jury must decide if their is enough evidence to back up the crime.

Court Cases: Miranda vs. Arizona: Arrested for kidnapping and raping a woman

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Sixth amendment: All crimes must go to court as soon as possible

If you do a crime you have to go to court as soon as possible
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Seventh amendment: Other trials a=cannot be brought up in other courts

When a case is decided you can't bring it up in other courts
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Eighth amendment: excessive bail shall not be required

Don't have to pay a lot to get out of jail
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Ninth amendment: Government can't take away the freedomon from the people

Government can't take any rights away from people.
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10th amendment: Powers not delegated to the US by the Constitution nor prohibited by it to the states

Consittution doesn't give power to states nor government
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