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Unformatted text preview: Bill of Rights : The frst ten amendments to the Constitution. The First 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 beliFs oF others imposed on you, and you are Free to believe what you like. The Fourth 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 Fifth 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 or due process oF...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course GSS 1100 taught by Professor Dr.smith(bestprofever!) during the Spring '08 term at Cedarville.
- Spring '08