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39 Cards in this Set

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free exercise clause, establishment clause...freedom of assembly, speech, petition, press, religion
2
right to bear arms
3
no quartering of soldiers
4
search warants may be obtained only upon probable cause, no illegal search or seizure
5
no double jeopardy
-a person doesnt have to testify against themselves
a grand jury will hear evidence in all capital crimes cases, except military
6
-guarantees the right to trial by jury in criminal cases
-a defendant has the right to hear witnesses testify against him/her and has the -right to subpoena witnesses to testify on their behalf
-right to an attorney
7
assures the right to a trial by jury for civil trials when the value in controversy exceeds 20$
8
no cruel or unusual punishment or excessive bails
9
the people have more rights than those listen in the bill of rights
10
all powers not given to the nat gov are reserved to the states and to the people
11
guarantees state sovereignty when citizens try to sue states
12
clarifies voting procedure in electoral college
13
slavery is illegal
14
includes a definition of citizenship
15
right to vote cannot be denied due to race
16
income tax amendment
17
people elect senators
18
prohibition
19
women can vote
20
the inauguration date of president is moved from march 4 to jan 20
21
repealed prohibition
22
limited two terms for pres
23
wash dc recieves 3 electors
24
no poll tax may be charged
25
if pres is unable to carry out duties of his office the vp becomes acting pres
26
18 yr olds can vote
27
limits congress' ability to raise salaries for its members
16
income tax amendment
17
people elect senators
18
prohibition
19
women can vote
20
the inauguration date of president is moved from march 4 to jan 20
21
repealed prohibition
22
limited two terms for pres
23
wash dc recieves 3 electors
24
no poll tax may be charged
25
if pres is unable to carry out duties of his office the vp becomes acting pres
26
18 yr olds can vote
27
limits congress' ability to raise salaries for its members