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prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures.
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-"right to remain silent"
-prohibition of double jeopardy (twice tried for same crime by same court)
-right to grand jury indictment
-due-process clause (cannot deprive of life, liberty or property. ((NATIONAL)).
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basic trial rights (counsel, jurty trial, speedy trial, public tria, right to confront witnesses.)
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prohibition of cruel and unusual punishment, exessive bail, exessive fines.
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unenumerated rights ammendment-additional rights that people have besides those given in 1-8. (gives flexibility, admits it's not an exclusive list)
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reserved power- powers not given to national gov't, and not expressly denied to states are given to the states.
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due process clause (STATE). expressly limits the state gov't. "no state shall"... deny rights due process BUT! WHAT IS DUE PROCESS??