Constitutional Rights

The rights reserved by the people from the U.S. Constitution. These rights are better known as our Bill of Rights or the first ten amendments. These rights include: writ of habeas corpus; no bill of attainder; no unreasonable search and seizure; no double jeopardy; no self-incrimination; right to due process; and the right to a speedy and public trial.

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