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includes protecting citizens from Crime
Functions of Government
How we express ideas to the Government
Failure to respect the rights and property of others
Supreme Court decides if a law is constitutional
an example of direct democracy
Not one of the fundamental principles of American democracy
Protects against unreasonable searches
taking an active role in community
Central & State Governments share power
opposite of democratic governments
Legal process which aliens can become citizens
person found not guilty can't be retried for same crime
equal treatment under the law
helps states pay for programs
hereditary rulers with unlimited authority
Unlike citizens, ___ may not vote
Gives right to hire attorney
2 are elected by the citizens of their states
regulates way state and local governments handle money
government's control extends to almost all aspects of daily life
This Country claimed what is today FL in 1713
allows one to remain free until trial
Most powerful member of The House
Speaker of the House
early release from prison
representative government in which no leaders inherit office
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