when the cops barged in and johnny asked for a warrant, the cops said, ¨ they didn´t one. this violated johnny´s 4th amendment
we´re is your warrant?
we don´t need one
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Being forced to testify violates the 5th amendment because that amendment protects us from self-incrimination.
When Johnny asked for a jury and was denied one, that violates his 6th amendment right to a jury for this trial.
After being found not guilty the first time, Johnny was arrested again and charged since new evidence was found. This violates the 5th amendment right that protects us from double jeopardy.