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Wednesday, Jan. 15. 1. Get out your spiral and put your binder on the floor. 2. Update your Table of Contents Date Title Entry # 1/13Warm up’s: Jan. 13 th to 17 th 69 1/13Bill of Rights Picture Analysis 70 1/14United States Citizenship notes 71

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Wednesday jan 15

Wednesday, Jan. 15

1. Get out your spiral and put your binder on the floor.

2. Update your Table of Contents

DateTitleEntry #

1/13Warm up’s: Jan. 13th to 17th69

1/13Bill of Rights Picture Analysis70

1/14United States Citizenship notes71

1/151st Amendment Scavenger Hunt worksheet72

3. Turn to entry #69 (Your warm up’s.) Turn to page 163 in the gray book on your desk. Write and answer #2


Go over constitution i test

Go over Constitution I test


1 st period

1st period


3 nd period

3nd period


4th period

4th period


6 th period

6th period


7 th period

7th period


7 principles review rule of law

7 Principles ReviewRule of Law

Remember: You have a test on Friday over the Constitution (7 Principles) and Bill of Rights.

http://teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=254561&title=Constitutional_Principles__Rule_of_Law&ref=Billofrightstv


Get out your bill of rights packet

Get out your Bill of Rights packet


1 st amendment 5 freedoms

1st Amendment – 5 Freedoms

(5) 1. A. Speech

B. Religion

C. Assembly

D. Press

E. Petition


1 st amendment 5 freedoms1

1st Amendment – 5 Freedoms

2. To threaten someone, yell fire in a crowded movie theater, yell bomb at the airport, write untruths about someone


1 st amendment 5 freedoms2

1st Amendment – 5 Freedoms

3. Jail, fines, sued


1 st amendment 5 freedoms3

1st Amendment – 5 Freedoms

4. Sacrifice, polygamy


1 st amendment 5 freedoms4

1st Amendment – 5 Freedoms

  • Petition = formal request to a superior or one in authority for some favor, privilege, or redress of a grievance

    Assembly = to gather or bring together


2 nd amendment right to bear arms

2nd Amendment – Right to Bear Arms

1. They can not be infringed upon


2 nd amendment right to bear arms1

2nd Amendment – Right to Bear Arms

2. Grace period; felons can’t own guns; concealed weapons


3 rd amendment quartering of soldiers

3rd Amendment – Quartering of Soldiers

Quartering Act – before the Revolution colonists were forced to house British soldiers


4 th amendment search and seizure

4th Amendment – Search and Seizure

1. persons, houses, papers, and effects


4 th amendment search and seizure1

4th Amendment – Search and Seizure

2. The date, what they expect to find, the location, a judge’s signature, and the area to be searched


5 th amendment fair trial in open court

5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

  • Capital Crime = death penalty is a punishment

    Infamous crime = a serious crime such as murder, rape, or robbery but the death penalty is not a punishment


5 th amendment fair trial in open court1

5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

2. Legal accusation returned by a grand jury, charging the commission or omission of some act, which is punishable by law


5 th amendment fair trial in open court2

5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

3. To decide if a person should be tried in a federal court; they examine the evidence against the accused to determine if there is enough evidence against him to merit a case going to court


5 th amendment fair trial in open court3

5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

4. 12 to 23


5 th amendment fair trial in open court4

5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

  • True bill = enough evidence to go to trial

    No true bill = not enough evidence


5 th amendment fair trial in open court5

5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

6. Means a person can not be tried twice for the same crime


5 th amendment fair trial in open court6

5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

7. Nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself


5 th amendment fair trial in open court7

5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

8. The right of the accused to be treated fairly and according to the law


1 st 5 amendments wrecking ball

1st 5 amendments“Wrecking Ball”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FoqKjzuiBBk


6th amendment the rights of a person in court

6th Amendment: The Rights of a Person in Court

1. Held in the district where the crime took place


6th amendment the rights of a person in court1

6th Amendment: The Rights of a Person in Court

2. So secret witness cannot bear witness against the accused


6th amendment the rights of a person in court2

6th Amendment: The Rights of a Person in Court

  • Subpoena


7th amendment jury trials

7th Amendment: Jury Trials

1. $20


7th amendment jury trials1

7th Amendment: Jury Trials

  • a. Where there was a question on a point of law

    b. Where there has been a technical injustice in the court procedure.


8th amendment excessive bail and punishment

8th Amendment: Excessive Bail and Punishment

1. Security given to the court to obtain the temporary release of a prisoner and guaranteeing his appearance at a designated time.


8th amendment excessive bail and punishment1

8th Amendment: Excessive Bail and Punishment

  • Intolerable Acts – closed the port of Boston; officials accused of crimes stood trial in Britain

    Salem Witch Trials – hanged for accusation of witchcraft


8th amendment excessive bail and punishment2

8th Amendment: Excessive Bail and Punishment

3. Death penalty = opinion


9th amendment other rights

9th Amendment: Other Rights

1. Right of Privacy; education; work where you want


9th amendment other rights1

9th Amendment: Other Rights

  • Article I Section 8 describes the necessary and proper clause (elastic clause) which is the basis for the implied powers or laws that aren’t listed in the Constitution

    ex. Health Care


10th amendment rights of the states

10th Amendment: Rights of the States

  • Given to the states and to the people of the states

    ex. Divorce laws, speed limits, marriage laws


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