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Q: If you were mistreated by a police officer during a routine traffic stop without just cause, this 5th amendment right was probably violated. a. double jeopardy c. self-incrimination b. due
process d. eminent domain
A: The amendment which protects citizens from c. self-incrimination is the 5th Amendment. en.wikipedia.org/.../Fifth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_..
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User: If you were mistreated by a police officer during a routine traffic stop without just cause, this 5th amendment right was probably violated. a. double jeopardy c. self-incrimination b. due process d. eminent domain

Weegy: The amendment which protects citizens from c. self-incrimination is the 5th Amendment. en.wikipedia.org/.../Fifth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_..
Mayang30|Points 768|

User: Why would the framers want Congress to be more powerful than the executive branch? a. because it was in control of making laws b. because it was smaller than the judicial branch c. because it is the biggest branch and divided power amongst the most amount of people d. because it deals with the foreign heads of state

Weegy: Why would the framers want Congress to be more powerful than the executive branch? c. because it is the biggest branch and divided power amongst the most amount of people.
alfred123|Points 1837|

User: The executive branch has expanded its powers through what? a. federal bureaucracies c. create new laws giving the executive more power b. changing of the Constitution d. congressional sessions

Weegy: The executive branch has expanded its powers through what? d. congressional sessions
Johus|Points 90|

User: Extradition, which gives a state an opportunity to send fugitives from one state back to the state seeking them, is contained in this article. a. article three c. article five b. article four d. article two

Weegy: Extradition is in B. Article four
Expert answered|MrG|Points 3626|

User: The executive branch has expanded its powers through what? a. federal bureaucracies c. create new laws giving the executive more power b. changing of the Constitution d. congressional sessions

Weegy: c. create new laws giving the executive more power
Expert answered|Chrisuder09|Points 10|

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