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Unformatted text preview: Bill of Rights: The Frst ten amendments to the Constitution. The ¡irst Amendment: Speech: You are free to say almost anything except that which is obscene, slanders another person, or has a high probability of inciting others to take imminent lawless action. Assembly: You are free to assemble, although government may regulate the time and place for reasons of public convenience and safety, provided such regulations are applied evenhandedly to all groups. Religion: You are protected from having the religions beliefs of others imposed on you, and you are free to believe what you like. The ¡ourth Amendment: Search and Seizure: You are protected from unreasonable searches and seizures, although you forfeit that right if you knowingly waive it. Arrest: You are protected from arrest unless authorities have probable cause to believe you have committed a crime. The ¡ifth Amendment: Self-incrimination: You are protected against self-incrimination, which means that you have the right to remain silent and to be protected against coer- cion by law enforcement ofFcials. Double jeopardy: You cannot be tried twice for the same crime if the Frst trial results in a verdict of innocence. Do Process: You cannot be deprived of life, liberty, or property without proper legal proceedings. deprived of life, liberty, or property without proper legal proceedings....
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- Spring '08
- First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, United States Bill of Rights, law enforcement officials