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8th Amendement: No cruel or unusual punishment and no excessive bail
Background: Titus Oates was convicted of lying under oath during court as a result of an untrue statement. His punishments was imprisonment, one day being whipped while tie to a moving cart, and two days of pillory which was a device where a person's head and hands are secured in a wooden frame, which is usually placed in a public place where people could taunt them and throw trash at them.
This case was thought of one of the most cruel and excessive punishments, so the constitution forbids these punishments from ever happening again.
Explanation: The 8th amendement protects anyone from unusual punishments and makes sure that punishments stay fair
Catchphrase: "Sideways Handcuffs"
Glory Shatsha 2nd Period
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