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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

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


1st period


3nd period


4th period


6th period


7th period


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


1st Amendment – 5 Freedoms

(5) 1. A. Speech

B. Religion

C. Assembly

D. Press

E. Petition


1st Amendment – 5 Freedoms

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


1st Amendment – 5 Freedoms

3. Jail, fines, sued


1st Amendment – 5 Freedoms

4. Sacrifice, polygamy


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


2nd Amendment – Right to Bear Arms

1. They can not be infringed upon


2nd Amendment – Right to Bear Arms

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


3rd Amendment – Quartering of Soldiers

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


4th Amendment – Search and Seizure

1. persons, houses, papers, and effects


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


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


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


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


5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

4. 12 to 23


5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

  • True bill = enough evidence to go to trial

    No true bill = not enough evidence


5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

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


5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

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


5th Amendment: Fair Trial in Open Court

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


1st 5 amendments“Wrecking Ball”

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


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 Court

2. So secret witness cannot bear witness against the accused


6th Amendment: The Rights of a Person in Court

  • Subpoena


7th Amendment: Jury Trials

1. $20


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

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 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 Punishment

3. Death penalty = opinion


9th Amendment: Other Rights

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


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

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

    ex. Divorce laws, speed limits, marriage laws


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