Performance Task #7: BOR Storyboard


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  • Amendment One
  • Government
  • Hmm... I thought that Article One said I had freedom of press...
  • You cannot print this pamphlet! It makes the government look terrible!
  • The people
  • Amendment Two
  • Sir, I don't think that it is necessarily safe to...
  • ... Alright then.
  • Don't tell me I'm not allowed to own a gun because you know and I know that you're wrong.
  • I can finally own a gun!!
  • Amendment Three
  • I MUST find those pamphlets...
  • We appreciate your help in allowing us inside your humble abode during this war...
  • You cannot barge into my house, so therefore it is my right to kick your bums out!
  • The people
  • Congress cannot restrict the people from freedom of speech, freedom of press, or freedom to protest against a government.
  • Amendment Four
  • What belongings... ?
  • Don't just sit there! Search this man's belongings for those pamphlets!
  • Each state can have their own national guard and citizens are allowed to own weapons if they follow the correct processes.
  • Amendment Five
  • Examples of how the government does NOT follow the Amendments...
  • You cannot hitchhike on this train! I must retry you in court for writing about those horrible pamphlets!
  • Soldiers are not allowed to stay in the citizens’ dwellings at any time.
  • Amendment Six
  • I did not know of this due process... I just became a judge officially yesterday!
  • The judge will never know that he needs to have a public trial. Ha ha!
  • The police need a warrant to prove to the judge that it is reasonable to search one’s belongings.
  • What right do you have to search my shack without a warrant?!
  • Well who asked you? Leave no corner untouched soldier!
  • I am allowed to my own opinions, as Article One says. And also, you can't try me for the same "crime" twice. The judge's ruling is final!
  • A person can only be tried for the same crime once, and whatever the jury rules is final (double jeopardy).
  • Dang it.
  • A person must be told why they are being arrested, and a public trial is necessary because one’s rights need to be respected and the due process must be followed. A person has the right to have witnesses testify for them.
  • I need a public trial! You must respect the due process!
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