I propose a bill that prohibits newspapers from printing about controversial political actions.
Such a law is unconstitutional! The people have the right to freedom of speech.
That would not be a fair law...
Stop right there! I have a gun!
Hand over all your money!
I don't want soldiers staying in my house!
We can't stay in civilians' homes without their permission.
The President sent those troops here to help with the landslide but they don't have a place to stay!
No one can be prevented from expressing their ideas freely both verbally and in print, from holding peaceful meetings, or petitioning the government.
As a citizen of the United States, I have the right to privacy! Where is your search warrant?
I am from the Philadelphia Police Department. I am here to search your home for illegal substances.
The citizens of the United States have the right to have their own weapons and a standing army to defend their freedom.
I call the defendant to the stand to testify.
Soldiers are not allowed to be housed in the homes of citizens without their permission in both times of peace and war.
Mrs. Stroganov, today you are being tried to determine if you have committed federal tax fraud.
To protect privacy, someone’s property or body may not be searched without a formal reason.
A person accused of a crime does not have to give their side of the story in court. They also cannot be tried again for the same trial in a different court.
I plead the fifth.
It is the defendant's right to not testify.
Someone who is accused of a crime will have a trial with a jury present and will know what they are being tried for, to know the witnesses that are against their innocence and have witnesses that will help prove his innocence, and have the Assistance of Counsel as his defense.