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  2. Question 1 • What amendment prevents excessive bail and fines? (8th Amendment)

  3. Question 2 • What amendment allows citizens to petition the government? (1st Amendment)

  4. Question 3 • What amendment prevents the quartering of soldiers in peacetime? (3rd Amendment)

  5. Question 4 • How many articles make up our Constitution? (7)

  6. Question 5 • Name 2 places that teach you about volunteerism. (School, home, church, etc.)

  7. Question 6 • What amendment guarantees no double jeopardy? (5th Amendment)

  8. Question 7 • Who wrote the Bill of Rights and some of the Federalist Papers? (James Madison)

  9. Question 8 • What amendment guarantees a civil trial in matters over $20? (7th Amendment)

  10. Question 9 • What is a lame duck president? (One who is in office but not returning to that office.)

  11. Question 10 • What is the only crime defined in the Constitution? (Treason)

  12. Question 11 • What amendment overturned the Dred Scott Decision? (14th)

  13. Question 12 • What case established the “separate but equal” doctrine? (Plessy v. Ferguson)

  14. Question 13 • What must police have to obtain a warrant? (Probable Cause)

  15. Question 14 • What is the “full faith and credit” clause? (Allows state documents, licenses, etc. to transfer)

  16. Question 15 • How are the seats in the House of Representatives determined? (By a census of the population every 10 years)

  17. Question 16 • Explain how the amendment process is a good example of federalism. (It take 2/3 of a national majority and ¾ of a state majority to ratify one.)

  18. Question 17 • What is the difference between a duty, right, and responsibility? (Duties are required, rights are guaranteed, & responsibilities should be done.)

  19. Question 18 • What is eminent domain? (It means the government can take your property at a fair price.)

  20. Question 19 • What are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution called? (The Bill of Rights)

  21. Question 20 • What amendment gives you the right to a lawyer? (6th Amendment)

  22. Question 21 • On what date is the President sworn into office? (January 20th)

  23. Question 22 • Which branch can strike down any law or action? (The judicial branch uses judicial review)

  24. Question 23 • What right is used when someone “pleads the fifth”? (No self-incrimination)

  25. Question 24 • Give 3 examples of rights protected by the 9th amendment. (Rights to work, travel, marry, own property, etc.)

  26. Question 25 • What term means that criminals are returned to the proper officials? (Extradition)

  27. Question 26 • What does a grand jury do? (Determine if there is enough evidence for a trial)

  28. Question 27 • How many goals are in the Preamble? (6)

  29. Question 28 • Which branch makes laws? (The legislative branch or Congress)

  30. Question 29 • What does the supremacy clause mean? (That all federal & state laws must follow the Constitution)

  31. Question 30 • What is the President’s military title found in the Constitution? (Commander in Chief)

  32. Question 31 • What branch carries out or enforces the law? (The executive branch or President)

  33. Question 32 • What power over law-making does the President have? (Veto)

  34. Question 33 • Who determines the number of federal judges and Justices? (Congress)

  35. Question 34 • What is a limit on free speech? (Slander, yelling fire in a crowded theatre, etc.)

  36. Question 35 • What amendment is known as the “Privacy” amendment? (4th)

  37. Question 36 • What amendment gives the states “reserved powers”? (10th)

  38. Question 37 • Name 2 criminal rights guaranteed by the 6th Amendment. (Speedy, public trial, attorney, charges, & witnesses)

  39. Question 38 • What amendment allows Congress to tax your income? (16th Amendment)

  40. Question 39 • How many amendments are there to our Constitution? (27)

  41. Question 40 • Give 2 examples of expressed powers of Congress. (Coin money, regulate trade, raise taxes, make laws, etc.)

  42. Question 41 • What is the maximum number of years a person can be President due to the 22nd Amendment? (10 years)

  43. Question 42 • What fraction of the state legislatures must approve a constitutional amendment before it takes effect? (3/4)