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Bill of Rights Scenarios

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  • Q1
    Robert is disgruntled with the current political party in Presidential office. He decides to publicly voice his opinions in the middle of the city square with a speech outlining the faults of the party, the mistakes of the President, and the overall decline of the administration.
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    Amendment 7
    Amendment 3
    Amendment 1
    Amendment 5
    120s
  • Q2
    John works in a department store at the mall. The other day, a bag of illegal drugs was found in the parking lot of the mall. As a result, the police proceeded to open and search through all of the cars in the parking lot at that time.
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    Amendment 4
    Amendment 2
    Amendment 6
    Amendment 5
    120s
  • Q3
    Bobby’s brother went to trial on charges of stealing last year. He was found not guilty. This past week, a witness came forward with concrete evidence that Bobby’s brother was to blame for the theft, and the victim wants him tried again.
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    Amendment 5
    Amendment 6
    Amendment 9
    Amendment 4
    120s
  • Q4
    Daniel Johnson is a homeless man arrested for stealing from a large department store. The judge set bail at 1 million dollars, an unusually disproportionate amount.
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    Amendment 8
    Amendment 1
    Amendment 5
    Amendment 4
    120s
  • Q5
    The Webb family’s farmhouse is the last piece of private property along a certain highway. The government wants to extend the highway through that piece of land and sent the family a letter detailing those plans and offering a $260,000 for the land, a price comparable to similar pieces of property being sold at that time.
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    Amendment 8
    Amendment 5
    Amendment 7
    Amendment 6
    120s
  • Q6
    The streets of Snowden were filled with violent protesters, and the National Guard was called in to help with the crowds. When some of the officers came to Alice’s house and demanded that she give them food and lodging for the night, she flatly refused and locked the door in their faces.
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    Amendment 7
    Amendment 9
    Amendment 6
    Amendment 3
    120s
  • Q7
    Mr. Jones was informed that he could not keep his gun even though he showed the government agent the proper permit and license for ownership of the gun.
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    Amendment 10
    Amendment 2
    Amendment 5
    Amendment 4
    120s
  • Q8
    Jackie was arrested by the police as she was coming out of work. When she asked what charges she was being arrested under the police refused to tell her, and when she requested a lawyer, the police simply laughed at her and told her they were all too busy for her.
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    Amendment 4
    Amendment 10
    Amendment 9
    Amendment 6
    120s
  • Q9
    Carl was arrested for assault five years ago. He has been sitting in jail awaiting his trial ever since then, and the court claims that the process has been lengthened due to complications with logistics concerning court dates and witness information.
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    Amendment 8
    Amendment 9
    Amendment 6
    Amendment 5
    120s
  • Q10
    The Supreme Court ruled that people have only those rights that are listed in the Constitution. No other rights will be allowed.
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    Amendment 3
    Amendment 9
    Amendment 10
    Amendment 1
    120s
  • Q11
    Representative Collingsworth argued in Congress that the federal government had no right to control the laws governing driver’s licensing because this was not mentioned in the Constitution.
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    Amendment 9
    Amendment 10
    Amendment 5
    Amendment 4
    120s
  • Q12
    Agents of the FBI seized all books about their agency. One bookstore owner who asked to see a warrant was told that if he kept obstructing them he would be arrested.
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    Amendment 4
    Amendment 3
    Amendment 7
    Amendment 5
    120s

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