Bill of Rights Review
Read the scenario, then tell me which Amendment in the Bill of Rights was violated.
Neal was found innocent of armed robbery, but the state decided to bring him to trial again.
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After being found guilty of driving while intoxicated, the court ordered that Carolyn spend the next 30 years in solitary confinement.
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The United States ordered that all children no longer had the right to go to school because it was not an amendment.
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The citizens of Union Cross voted to double the taxes of all Catholics.
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The police become suspicious after driving past Ray’s house and seeing him close the curtains. They enter and search his house.
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In a civil trial where the dispute was more than $20, both sides were denied a jury trial.
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Five people were arrested for standing quietly outside of Congress protesting a new tax.
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Joe has been arrest for shoplifting a $25 shirt. The judge sets his bail at $1,000,000.
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Wes and Sarah have to move because the city needs their property to build an airport. In return the city has agreed only to pay them moving expenses.
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The US Attorney General declared that it was illegal for non hunters to own a gun.
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During peacetime the army ordered the residents of Seaville to house its soldiers.
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Henry was arrested for shoplifting, but his trial was not set for 5 years.
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The President declared that the only rights Americans have are those listed in the first eight amendments.
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Congress told the state of North Carolina that it could no longer regulate and issue marriage or drivers licenses.
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The police decided to place a “bug” in Kevin’s phone in the hope that they would uncover some kind of crime.
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After being charged with arson, Nathan was denied the right of counsel for his defense because he could not afford a lawyer.
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