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Protects freedom of press, speech and religion
What is the 1 st Amendment ?
Requires a search warrant for police to enter a home.
What is the 4 th Amendment?
Saying something that is meant to damage another persons reputation
What is slander?
No on can be put on trial for a serious crime unless a grand jury agrees the evidence justifies it.
What is the 5 th Amendment ?
Power of the government to take private property for public use
What is eminent domain?
The introduction to the Constitution
What is the preamble?
Sole power to impeach a government official of wrong doing
What is the House of Representatives?
Determines the number of Representatives each state has.
What is Population?
Necessary and proper clause of the Constitution often used to expand the powers of Congress
What is the elastic clause?
1 st President to be impeached by the House of Representatives
Who is President Andrew Johnson?
The month in which electors cast votes for President and Vice President of the United States
What is December?
Administered by the Chief Justice of the United States
What is the Oath of Office?
Sets up a system for electing a President and lists the requirements for the office
What is article II?
Presidential speech reporting the nations condition to Congress
What is the State of the Union?
Maximum number of years a President can serve.
What is 10 years?
Article which created the Judicial Branch
What is Article III?
Courts which have less power than the Supreme Court
What are Inferior Courts?
Allows federal courts to decide whether court decisions and laws are in keeping with the intent of the Constitution
What is Judicial Review?
The federal government has certain powers, even though they are not spelled out in the Constitution
What are Implied Powers?
The Great Chief Justice.
Who is Chief Justice John Marshall?
Members who attended the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia
Who are delegates?
Another term for implied power
What is absolute?
A document presented to Congress for adoption in to law
What is a bill?
When each branch of the government has the means to check actions of the other branches
What are checks and balances?
Agreement in 1781 under which the 13 original colonies established a government of states
What are the Articles of Confederations?
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Jeopardy! Bill of Rights Principles of the Constitution Legislative Branch Executive Branch Judicial Branch Important Terms
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CONSTITUTIONAL ERA REVIEW!!!. Explain the following principle of government: Federalism Federalism: the separation of power between the national government.
Welcome! The Topic For Today Is… The Constitution!!!
Three Branches of Government How the United States government is structured and organized.
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