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Presentation 6-22-11 bills of rights

The Bill of Rights

mckenna solares

on 22 June 2011

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Transcript of Presentation 6-22-11 bills of rights

The Bill of Rights Amendment I 5 freedoms protected Amendment II Amendment III Amendment IV Amendment V Amendment VI Amendment VII Amendment VIII Amendment IX Amendment X Protects the rights of the people to own guns Protects the people from having to allow soldiers in their homes Privacy of the home Privacy!
Protects the people from unreasonable searches of people or their property
or the taking of a person's property Rights in CRIMINAL trials Value over $20: jury trial allowed
After a jury decides the facts, a judge cannot overturn that decision People have all other rights even if they are not listed in the Constitution Powers not given to the federal government, or prohibited by the Constitution, are the powers of the states or the people Congress shall make no law... "A wall of separation between
church, and state."
-Thomas Jefferson 2. ..."prohibiting the free exercise thereof"=
People can believe, or not believe what they want, without fear of punishment Press= all the media and agencies that print, broadcast, or gather and transmit news Words: unpopular speech is protected

Symbolic speech (actions that express an idea)

Not those that endanger public safety Citizens can use public property to gather for meetings or demonstrations Debate over meaning:
A well regulated milita, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed. 1. Grand jury hearing

2. No double-jeopardy (can't be tried twice for same crime) 1. Right to a speedy, public trial 2. Right to an impartial jury 3. Right to know charges against you 4 .Right to hear and question witnesses against you 5. Right to an attorney to assist in defense Before trial: protection from excessive bail After trial: protection from excessive fines or cruel and unusual punishment. If a good reason is shown, judge must issue a warrant that says exactly who will be arrested, what will be searched Religion Assembly Press Petition Speech watchdogs of government Press keeps a check on the people in power The right to ask the government to do something, or not do something 5 rights of accused criminals 4. Must have due-process (government must follow clear rules and act reasonably as it carries out the law) 3. No self-incrimination (can't be forced to say things that could be used against you) 5. Eminent domain: your private property can't be taken "without just compensation" Rights in CIVIL trials Two guarantees of religious freedom:

1. Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion =

No official faith of the United States
No laws that favor one religion over another Ch 4.1
Ch 19.1,2,3,4
Ch 20.1,2,3,4 Mckenna
Hyemin standard 12.2.1 Discuss the meaning and importanceof each of the rights guaranteed under the Bill of Rights and how each is secured (e.g., freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, petition, privacy.
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