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This ensures citizens fair treatment under the law.
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a. Miranda v. Arizona? b. Escobedo v. Illinois c. Gideon v. Wainwright d. Gregg v. Georgia
A. Protection of property rights. B. Freedom of speech C. Right to privacy D. Freedom of religion
A. Jus soli B. Collective naturalization C. Expatriation D. denaturalization
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A pardon the government offers to illegal aliens.
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