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Civil Liberties

Civil Liberties

Civil Liberties. The Bill of Rights. Introduction. Civil liberties: negative restraints on government freedom v. order freedom of speech, press, religion Civil rights: what government must do rights guaranteed to individuals freedom v. equality. Civil liberties.

By EllenMixel
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Civil Liberties

Civil Liberties

Civil Liberties. The Bill of Rights. Introduction. Civil liberties: negative restraints on government freedom v. order freedom of speech, press, religion Civil rights: what government must do rights guaranteed to individuals freedom v. equality. Civil liberties.

By ismet
(125 views)

The United States Constitution

The United States Constitution

The United States Constitution. Bill of Rights. Bill of Rights. The bill of Rights are the first 10 amendments of the United States Constitution. Pushed by Patrick Henry. Made as a protection to the powers of the federal government. First Amendment.

By marin
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Bill of Rights

Bill of Rights

Bill of Rights . The Constitution is a document that explains how our government works. The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments (or additions) to the United States Constitution. The Bill of Rights lists and protects the freedoms that you have. First Amendment.

By ina
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Issues Facing the Criminal J ustice S ystem

Issues Facing the Criminal J ustice S ystem

Issues Facing the Criminal J ustice S ystem. Model Lesson Plan Kelly Nieto. The criminal justice system defined. What is the criminal justice system?

By olympe
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The First Ten Amendments

The First Ten Amendments

The First Ten Amendments. The First Amendment.

By chuong
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Sentencing and Corrections

Sentencing and Corrections

Sentencing and Corrections. Chapter 15. Sentencing Options. Suspended Sentence Probation Home Confinement Fine Restitution Work Release Imprisonment Death Considerations: Mandatory or discretionary Three Strikes Rule (pg. 175). Purposes of Punishment. Retribution Deterrence

By kele
(156 views)

The Eighth amendment

The Eighth amendment

The Eighth amendment . By: Sarah “Sockittome” Sagastume Larry Dixon Cassidy Felts Daniel Hall. CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENTS CLAUSE. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. Taking power away from the police since 1789.

By rufin
(139 views)

The First Ten Amendments

The First Ten Amendments

The First Ten Amendments. The First Amendment.

By marlie
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Vocabulary #6

Vocabulary #6

Vocabulary #6. 1. domicile – A person’s permanent residence. 2. double jeopardy – Trying a person twice for the same not guilty offense. This is a violation of the Constitution. 3. due process – The idea that every person accused of a crime is entitled to a fair trial with fair procedure.

By ashanti
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The First Ten Amendments

The First Ten Amendments

The First Ten Amendments. The First Amendment.

By dagmar
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Part 3 of Course project – Survey Research -DUE NOW Homework/Classwork for Unit 3 DUE NOW

Part 3 of Course project – Survey Research -DUE NOW Homework/Classwork for Unit 3 DUE NOW

Part 3 of Course project – Survey Research -DUE NOW Homework/Classwork for Unit 3 DUE NOW Quiz # 2 is next week – units 3&4 - Please check class website for review sheet. Today’s topics are Civil Liberties and Civil Rights Two writing assignments – Rights of the accused and White men can Vote

By marie
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THE BILL OF RIGHTS

THE BILL OF RIGHTS

THE BILL OF RIGHTS. LTEC 4100 Computers in the Classroom April 24, 2010 Susanne Shanahan University of North Texas. The Bill of Rights-TEKS. 113.7 . Social Studies, Grade 5. ( b)  Knowledge and skills.

By gen
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How to Remember the First Ten Amendments

How to Remember the First Ten Amendments

How to Remember the First Ten Amendments. Ms. Kelli Langel. One Bun Two Shoe Three Tree Four Door Five Hive Six Sticks Seven Heaven Eight Date Nine Line Ten Hen .

By melosa
(108 views)

Exploring the Bill of Rights For the 21st Century

Exploring the Bill of Rights For the 21st Century

Exploring the Bill of Rights For the 21st Century. The First Amendment. Five Essential Freedoms and Rights. Freedom of Speech. Congress shall make no laws . . . abridging the freedom of speech. Limits on speech?. Freedom of Religion.

By ranit
(81 views)

Criminal Procedure for the Criminal Justice Professional 11 th Edition

Criminal Procedure for the Criminal Justice Professional 11 th Edition

Criminal Procedure for the Criminal Justice Professional 11 th Edition. John N. Ferdico Henry F. Fradella Christopher Totten. Individual Rights Under the United States Constitution Chapter 1. Prepared by Tony Wolusky. Herbert Packer ’ s Crime Control vs. Due Process Models.

By jael-newton
(400 views)

The case

The case

Atkins v. Virginia , 536 U.S. 304 (2002), is a case in which the Supreme Court of the United States ruled 6-3 that executing the mentally retarded violates the Eighth Amendment 's ban on cruel and unusual punishments. The case.

By addison-giles
(131 views)

CONSTITUTION DAY

CONSTITUTION DAY

CONSTITUTION DAY. & CITIZENSHIP DAY September 17. Why Recognize this Document?. The purpose of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day is to ensure that students in our country have an increased knowledge and appreciation of this valuable and important document of freedom.

By halla-baker
(78 views)

The Death Penalty: Cruel and Unusual Punishment?

The Death Penalty: Cruel and Unusual Punishment?

The Death Penalty: Cruel and Unusual Punishment?. Bill of Rights Institute York County Heritage Trust Historical Society Museum York, Pennsylvania October 30, 2008. Artemus Ward Department of Political Science Northern Illinois University aeward@niu.edu

By tiger-lancaster
(105 views)

Exploring the Bill of Rights For the 21st Century

Exploring the Bill of Rights For the 21st Century

Exploring the Bill of Rights For the 21st Century. The First Amendment. Five Essential Freedoms and Rights. Freedom of Speech. Congress shall make no laws . . . abridging the freedom of speech. Freedom of Religion.

By floramaria-catalina
(88 views)

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