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(250 words and need work cited in MLA style) What is the Bill of Rights to the U.S. Constitution?  Why was it added?  Today, which of those amendments is still discussed often and litigated (tried in court)?  Which do you think is the most important?  Why?

 

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1.The Bill of Rights was put into place because people we're upset about the Constitution. People thought that the Constitution should give them freedom of religion and trial by jury but it didn't. So the Bill of Rights created. Making the Bill of Rights headed the list of imperatives facing the new government. The Bill of Rights consists of the first ten constitution. The bill of rights protected some of our most important rights as people. These rights that are protected are freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and the Pres, the right to bear arms, to be tried by a jury, and the right to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances. The Bill of Rights also deals with cruel and unusual punishment and the arbitary goverment seizure of private property. (134-135) The Brief American History, Kennedy, Cohen, and Piehl

 

2.The Bill of Rights is a list of protections for citizens; it is the first ten amendments of the US Constitution (The Brief American Pageant). The Bill of Rights was added to the constitution to safe guard the basic rights like freedom of speech and religion, right to bear arms, or right to fair trial by jury (The Brief American Pageant). Today, almost every amendment is still discussed and litigated; currently the most common ones being discussed are freedom of speech and protest, which is in relation to the “racist”** shootings on the East coast. I, personally, believe the most important amendment in our Bill of Rights is Trial by Jury. This amendment is important because our other “naturally” given rights allow us leverage to say, protest, believe, and bear what we want, and when those rights get us into trouble, we would definitely prefer an unbiased jury to fairly determine our fate in the legal system. Sure, freedom of speech and our right to bear arms is important, but I strongly believe that the right to be tried is a right we should respect in our country. Not every country allows for their citizens to have a fair trial or a trial at all. 

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