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Key Terms 4 Bill of Rights ( p. 86) The first ten amendments to the Constitution, which set forth basic protections for individual rights of free expression, fair trial, and property. civil liberties ( p. 86) The fundamental individual rights of a free society, such as freedom of speech and the right to a jury trial, which in the United States are protected by the Bill of Rights. clear- and- present- danger test ( p. 88) A test devised by the Supreme Court in 1919 in order to defi ne the limits of free speech in the context of national security. According to the test, govern-ment cannot abridge political expression unless it presents a clear and present danger to the nation’s security. due process clause ( of the Fourteenth Amendment) ( p. 90) establishment clause ( p. 96) exclusionary rule ( p. 105) The exclusionary rule holds that: evidence obtained from an illegal search and seizure cannot be used in a trial.
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