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RB-CE.2b&3b - Bill of Rights,1st Amendment Freedoms, 14th Amendment

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Transcript of RB-CE.2b&3b - Bill of Rights,1st Amendment Freedoms, 14th Amendment

Religion
: The government may not establish or endorse an official religion. It may not interfere with the free exercise of religion
1st Amendment Freedoms
The Bill of Rights is the name given to the first 10 amendments of the Constitution.
Bill of Rights
1. Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly,and petition

2. Right to bear arms

3. Quartering of soldiers

4. Search and seizure

5. Grand Jury, Double Jeopardy, Self Incrimination, Due Process, Takings

6. Right to speedy trial by jury, witnesses, counsel

7. Jury trial in civil lawsuits

8. Excessive fines, cruel and unusual punishment

9. Non-enumerated rights retained by people

10. Rights reserved to states or people
Bill of Right Breakdown
Assembly
: Individuals may peacefully gather.
1st Amendment Freedoms
Extends the

due process
protection and
equal protection under the law

Due process:
the state must respect all legal rights that are owed to a person.
14th Amendment
Equal Protection Clause
1st Amendment Freedoms
Speech:
Individuals are free to express their opinions and beliefs
Press:
The press has the right to gather and publish information, including that which criticizes the government
Petition:
Individuals have the right to make their views known to public officials
Equal Protection Clause:
that no state shall deny to any person within its jurisdiction "the equal protection of the laws".
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