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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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Introductions

Introductions

Introductions. Meredith King Carly Ross. Constitution Day!!!!!. History and Content of the Constitution Case Discussion: The First Amendment Case Discussion: The Fourth Amendment Questions A Moment of Zen From Your Law School Friends. THE CONSTITUTION.

By ferris
(84 views)

Your Rights!

Your Rights!

Bill of Rights Rap!. Your Rights!. Students will discover and discuss the Bill of Rights . Freedom of the Press: this freedom makes it possible for Americans to keep informed about what is going on in government. It helps them to be responsible citizens.  . Amendment 1.

By glynis
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Bellringer

Bellringer

Bellringer. Chapter 4, Section 2 Other Guarantees in the Bill of Rights. I . Protecting the Rights of the Accused (pages 103–106)

By loman
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Rights of the Accused

Rights of the Accused

Rights of the Accused. Amendments 4-8. A police officer storms into your house and begins going through your stuff without a warrant. What’s wrong with this picture?. Fourth Amendment. People are protected against unreasonable searches and seizures

By booker
(143 views)

In review

In review

In review. The Bill of Rights was the first step in making the Constitution a living document, one that can be amended to reflect the changes in society.

By zaza
(147 views)

A (very) Brief Overview of the Jury System

A (very) Brief Overview of the Jury System

A (very) Brief Overview of the Jury System. What is a Jury?. Jurare = Latin; to swear or take an oath A group of citizens (peers) legally selected and sworn to inquire into any matter of fact and to give their verdict according to the evidence. Medieval Times in England.

By peony
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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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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)

Chapter Eight: War, Terrorism and Civil Liberties

Chapter Eight: War, Terrorism and Civil Liberties

Chapter Eight: War, Terrorism and Civil Liberties. Applying Ethics: A Text with Readings (10 th ed.) Julie C. Van Camp, Jeffrey Olen, Vincent Barry Cengage Learning/Wadsworth. Just War Theory. Jus ad bellum : proposals to justify the use of force in a particular type of situation

By hateya
(174 views)

The Amendment Song

The Amendment Song

The Amendment Song. sung to the tune of “The 12 Days of Christmas”. The first amendment to the Constitution says....freedom of religion, speech, and press. (freedom of religion, speech, and press).

By idola-yang
(73 views)

The Right to Jury Trial

The Right to Jury Trial

The Right to Jury Trial. Civil Procedure – Mod 7 November 4, 2002. The Seventh Amendment.

By antoinette-jaydin
(258 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.

By alfonso-collins
(78 views)

U.S. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 7

U.S. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 7

U.S. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 7. By: Derek Alexander S.A.G.E. Tuesday class. The Amendment. CIVIL TRIALS

By eliana-middleton
(114 views)

The Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights. The first 10 amendments To the U. S. Constitution. The first amendment. Freedom of Speech Freedom of Religion Freedom of the Press Freedom of Assembly Right to petition the government. Freedom of Religion.

By bethany-watts
(120 views)

Celebrating the Constitution

Celebrating the Constitution

Celebrating the Constitution. September 17, 2010. What is Constitution Day?

By oleg-grant
(82 views)

2 pt

2 pt

Definitions. Important People. Bill of Rights First 5. Bill of Rights Second 5. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. Another word for “approve.”. What is ratify ?. Another word for

By sheilaj
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The Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights. Chapter 4. The First Amendment. Section 1. What is a Bill of Rights, and why did we need one?. Constitution might not have been ratified if Bill of Rights had not been promised. Added in 1791 – first 10 Amendments

By lorrij
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The First Amendment

The First Amendment

The First Amendment. Freedom of Speech Freedom of Religion Freedom of the Press Freedom of Assembly Freedom of Petition. First Amendment Limitations. Speech Slander, threats, public danger Religion Violence, sacrifices, separation of church/state Press Libel, privacy, etc Assembly

By hmoynihan
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The bill of rights

The bill of rights

The bill of rights. The First Ten Amendments. First amendment. Guarantees freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition. Second amendment. Gives the right to bear arms. Third amendment. No quartering of soldiers in private homes. Fourth amendment.

By mhurst
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