Block 5

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  • Meeting for the 10 bill of rights David Johnson, Block 5 
  • we need to let our people there natural rights
  • Establishing what the natural rights are
  • I believe that the first natural right should be freedom of speech 
  • Establishing what the natural rights are
  • Hey what about the right to bare arms (guns)
  • The 10 bill of rights was the natural rights for the colonists established on September,25 1791. it was established to let people in america know what rights they have so if they were taken away people can fight for it legally.
  • Establishing what the natural rights are
  • We should not be just searching through peoples homes for no reason we need a specific reason to do so
  • The first right of the 10 was Freedom of speech so people have the right to say what they want when they want, and so people can speak for them self's 
  • Establishing what the natural rights are
  • The second natural right was the right to bare arms (guns). you can purchase and or sell firearms just in case if we need to protect our self's just in case if our army were to over throw the government 
  • Establishing what the natural rights are
  • The person who is being accused in cort should be able to try and win over the jury 
  • Few provisions of the Bill of Rights grew so directly out of the experience of the colonials as the forth amendment embodying as it did the protection against the use of the “writs of assistance.” But though the insistence on freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures as a fundamental right gained expression in the colonies late and as a result of experience
  • The fifth and sixth amendments were created to have every one have a fair trial in cort if they commit a crime everyone should be treated the same when it comes to the law and mainly with the sixth amendment it was created so that someone can defend them self's in cort if needed 
  • everyone should get a fair trial no matter skin color, wealth, or background
  • The Seventh Amendment continues a practice from English common law of distinguishing civil claims which must be tried before a Jury from claims and issues that may be heard by a judge alone.
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