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INTERPRETING THE BILL OF RIGHTSDirections: The situations listed below areNOTallowed by the Bill of Rights. Read each situation andthen write down the number of the amendment that prohibits the action.1.Luke was found innocent of armed robbery, but the state decided to bring him to trialagainanyway.
2.After being found guilty of driving while intoxicated, the court ordered that Carolyn spend thenext 30 years in solitary confinement.
3.The citizens of Upper Creek voted to double the taxes of all Catholics.
4.In a civil trial where the dispute was more than $20, both sides were denied a jury trial.
5.For no apparent reason, the police stopped Rita while she was driving and began to searchthrough her car trunk and personal luggage.
6.The United States attorney general ordered all American citizens to turn in their rifles and pistolsby noon on Saturday.
7.Judge M.T. Nasty ordered a doctor to cut off the right hand of Marty, a convicted pickpocket.

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