Bill of Rights Amendments 3 Flashcards

18th Amendment
Terms Definitions
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Woman's Sufferage
Amendment 3
Quartering Troops
Amendment 18
prohibition of alcohol!!
Amendment 21
repealed the 18th Amendment.
Amendment 24
abolishes tax to vote
18th Amendment
Prohibition. It banned the manufacture,sale, or siopment of alcoholic beverages
powers reserved to the states
amendment 10
4th Amendment
Protection from unreasonable search and seizure; probable cause for search warrants
Ninth
This amendment says that just because a right isn't mentioned, doesn't mean you don't have it, for example voting and getting married
Amendment 19
Women get the right to Vote
Amendment 22
limits each president to 2 terms
Who's idea was a bill of rights?
Thomas Jefferson
fourteenth
all people must be treated equally by the government
racial profiling
the consideration of race when making a profile of suspected criminals
Amendment 10
Powers not given to the federal government belong to the states.
sixth
right to have a fair, fast, and public trial by an impartial jury; right to be represented by a lawyer
Sixth Amendment
Right to a trial
Right to be represented by a lawyer;
Right to a speedy trial
Right to a change of venue
Right to hear charges brought against you
Amend 7
Right to sue someone in Civil Court if amount is over $20.
11th Amendment
When a State is sued by a citizen of another State the case must be tried in State court
what are the main points of voting right
anyone regardless of race or color can vote
19th Amendment
women's suffrage
Amendment 13
Abolishment of Slavery
21st Amendment
Repeals 18th Amendment
Amendment 4
Search & Seizure (S^2)
due process, double jeopardy, self-incrimination, eminent domain.
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-freedom of religion, press, speech,
-right to assembly, petition
What does the 6th amendment do?
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1st amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition
Amendment 8
Bail and Punishment. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed. nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.
Amendment XXVI
Prohibits the federal government or the state from denying any citizen who is 18 years or above, the right to vote.
Ninth Amendment
-other unspecific laws also deserve constitutional protection
8th amendment
excessive fines nor cruel or unusual punishment shall not be imposed.
right to due precess of law, freedom from self-incrimination, double jeopardy
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Tenth Amendment
Powers that are not specifically given to the government or denied to the states are reserved for the states.
6th Amendment
guarantees the right to a "speedy and public trial"
Amendment 23
D.C gets 3 electors in the electoral college
What is the 7th Amendment?
Right to Civil Trial By Jury
What happened in tinker v. Des Moines?
two students wore armbands to school as protest for the vietnam war, they got suspended
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