Presentation on theme: "_____ Right to Bear Arms. __2__ Right to Bear Arms."— Presentation transcript:
_____ Right to Bear Arms
__2__ Right to Bear Arms
_____ Rights of a person accused of a crime
__5__ Rights of a person accused of a crime
_____ Freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly, and petition
__1__ Freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly, and petition
_____ No Quartering of soldiers
__3__ No Quartering of soldiers
_____ Protection from unreasonable search and seizure
__4__ Protection from unreasonable search and seizure
_____ Powers of States
_10__ Powers of States
_____ Trial by Jury in Civil cases
__7__ Trial by Jury in Civil cases
_____ Powers reserved to the people
__9__ Powers reserved to the people
_____ Speedy Trial in Criminal cases
__6__ Speedy Trial in Criminal cases
_____ Protection from unfair fines and punishments
__8__ Protection from unfair fines and punishments
PETA wants to protest the Circus at Reliant Stadium.
OJ Simpson decided NOT to take the witness stand when he was accused of murder.
Massachusetts wants to ban the sale of guns in the state.
Mr. Hambleton opened a students locker looking for a stolen item.
Mr. Lobin is fired for saying something against the TAKS test.
A person is not read his rights when he is arrested.
Judge Brown hears cases from annoying couples.
After being found not guilty for a crime, more evidence is found that will convict the criminal, but he cannot be tried for the same crime again.
All backpacks entering or leaving Mr. Hambleton’s classroom WILL BE SEARCHED!
Iowa wants to make it illegal to sell fireworks in the state.
Mr. Hambleton has to wait in jail for two years until his trial for murder is held.
Mr. Hambleton sues his neighbor for building the fence on his property.
When a blizzard hits the upper Midwest, 1200 soldiers needed a place to stay until the storm blows over. The Governor of Minnesota orders the people to house the soldiers until the planes can fly again.
All candy and gum found by Mr. Hambleton will be eaten by Mr. Hambleton. (Especially Skittles!)
Students fill out a petition to end the TAKs test.
The new punishment for speeding is to work on a road crew for a day repairing roads.
St. Martin’s Presbilutheran Church is told that they can no longer have services on Tuesday nights.
People who are massively overweight are told that they have to lose weight, or they will not be allowed in movie theaters.
The New York Times is told that they cannot publish anything about falling Gold prices.
The Legislative branch overrides a Presidential veto that would take the right to vote away from women. Checked by?
To limit the government the powers of the government are divided among the branches.
Separation of Powers
If Congress overrides a Presidents veto on a questionable bill the Supreme Court can declare the bill….
In November people will vote whether to make English the official language of the United States of America. Which Principle is this?
Iowa decides to make drinking alcohol illegal throughout the state. Which Principle ?
President Obama promises the Europe that the U.S. will pull all troops out of the Middle East. Which branch checks this?
The President is accused of taking a bribe. Which branch checks this?