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English Bill of Rights and Its Influence On The Constitution

Social Studies technology project 7-8
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Sydney Lash

on 3 April 2011

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Transcript of English Bill of Rights and Its Influence On The Constitution

The English Bill of Rights And Its Influence On The Constitution The English Bill of Rights was a document protecting the rights of citizens and stating that parliamentary elections should be held regularly. By:Sydney Lash The English Bill of Rights also declared the right to trial by jury. Citizens were also allowed to carry weapons or bear arms.This was yet another influence on the U.S. Constitution. HABEAS CORPUS
The English Bill of Rights confirmed the right of habeas corpus which was the idea that no person could be held in prison without being charged with a specific crime first. Qwiki: http://www.qwiki.com/q/#!/Bill_of_Rights_1689 The U.S.Constitution used many ideas in the English Bill of Rights like... THE END
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