Bill of Rights Project StoryboardThat.

Bill of Rights Project StoryboardThat.

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  • You must have a warrant and or proof of why you are seizing my property, the fourth Amendment says so!
  • I am going to need to seize your entire property.
  • You see? You can't just go into someones house and seize their property it has to be a reason why you are doing it. Also you need a warrant so that it has been approved by someone of power.
  • Okay I'm sorry I didn't come to you with proof of something or a warrant, that says you did something wrong.
  • The fourth Amendment basically means that everyone should have a right to their property and should feel safe in everything they do that is theirs.
  • I don't think so I have a rights as stated in the Bill of Rights document I don't have to house a soldier unless I give you permission even if we are at war.
  • I need a place to rest you MUST allow me in your house.
  • I do not give you permission to stay in my house because we are not at war and I just can't house anyone else.
  • Yes, the fifth Amendment says so you have a right to deny me of staying in your house.
  • The third Amendment means that no soldier in the time of peace live in someones house without their permission even if our country is at war.
  • You shall receive a 100,000 dollar fine for stealing this woman's purse.
  • That is not right! My client has a right! The eighth Amendment says so. No excessive fines for petty theft.
  • The eighth Amendment allows people who have committed a crime a way that allows them to have a chance at paying a bail without it being to excessive to be able to pay.
  • Yes your client does have a right to the eighth Amendment no exsessive fine should he commit a crime. So the price will be lowered to $10.
  • Thank you Judge my client is very sorry for what he has done and will pay the fine.
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