7th Amendment

7th Amendment
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  • The 7th Amendment                                                                                                                           By: Ensley Stephenson and Cassandra Goble
  • Mrs. Hackel
  • The Bill of Rights The Seventh Amendment
  • What is the Seventh Amendment?
  • Hey Mrs. Hackel?
  • At a middle school in Washington...
  • Yes?
  • 89 + 99 x 20 = 3760
  • Mrs. Hackel
  • The Bill of Rights The Seventh Amendment
  • The Seventh Amendment is the right of a trial by jury.
  • But why did they make that amedment?
  • 89 + 99 x 20 = 3760
  • Back Before the bill of rights was created, many people did not get the chance to have a trial by jury. Most of the time if someone accused them of something then the accused was immediately punished. But the seventh amendment changed that.
  • At a court on a Sunday...
  •  Darcie, stole my necklace.
  • Caroline, you decided not to be friends with me after I looked at your metal painted like gold necklace with a fake plastic jewel.
  • Court is now in Session. Please state your case.
  • IDK? That´s why I brought her here.
  • Just search my house and pockets and get it over with.
  • Did she still it though?
  • Later that Day...
  • So I was wrong....
  • I can go home now.
  • This case is closed the necklace was found under a carpet in the owner of the necklace´s house. So Darcie is not guilty.
  • THE END
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