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True of False:


The first amendment gurantees us the freedoms of speech, religion , and press.

True

True of False:


Civil liberties are personal rights and freedoms the government cannot interfere with .

True

True of False:


Due Process ensures that an individual gets a fair and unbiased trail.

True

True of False:


The fifth amendment protects against unreasonable search and seizure.

False

True of False:


The exclusionary rule forbids the use of illegally seized evidence at trails.

True

The sixth amendment provides protection against cruel and unusual punishment.

False

True of False:


Procedural gurantees are also known as due process rights.

True

True of False:


The phrase "pleading the fifth" comes from the eighth amendment

False

The fifth amendment provides protection against .....

Self-incrimination

In the 1965 Griswold v. Connecticut case, the supreme court attempt to pin down the orgin of...

Privacy rights

Broadly speaking, the fifteen amendment gives the citizens the right to......

Vote

The amendment that protects against unreasonable search and seizure is......

Fourth amendment

Due Process right s are also known as.....

Procedural guarantees

The sixth amendment guarantees the right to a .....

A speedy trail

Upon arrest, all Americans must be able to read their.....

Miranda rights

Libel and fighting words are not protected forms of.....

Speech