Law Enf. 2 Bill of Rights
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- -Freedom of Religion
- -Freedom of Speech
- -Freedom of the Press
- -Freedom to Petition the Government for a Redress of Grievances
- -Freedom to Peaceably Assemble
-Right to Bear Arms
-No quartering of troops without the homeowner's consent.
-Protection against unlawful or unreasonable searches and seizures.
- -Right to Due Process
- -Cannot b tried twice for the same crime (Double Jeopardy)
- -Right to remain silent
- -Eminent Domain-Government has the power to take your property if they use it for the public and pay a fair price for it.
- -Right to be Indicted by a Grand Jury
- -Right to a speedy and public trial
- -Right to an Attorney
- -Right to know what you are being tried for
- -Right to confront witnesses against you
- -Right to obtain witnesses in your favor
- -Right to be tried at the place where the crime was committed
- -Civil Cases Only
- -Amount in dispute exceeds $20
- -Both sides can decide to have a trial by jury or no jury
- -Limits the power of judges to interfere with the juries' decision
- -No excessive Fines or Bail shall be imposed
- -No Cruel and Unusual Punishment
-A right cannot be taken away simply because the Constitution does not mention it.
-The powers not given to the United States Government by the Constitution will be given to the States and to the People.
- -Due Process is applied to the States
- -Equal Protection of the Laws
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