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The right to petition members of the government is contained in the _______ Amendment to the Constitution. A. Third B. Fourth C. Second D. First
Weegy: D. First. The right to petition members of the government is contained in the First Amendment to the Constitution. (More)
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Suppose you're an attorney. In a case you're presenting to a federal court, you argue that the person you're defending suffered cruel and unusual punishment. Which Amendment of the Constitution should you cite? A. Amendment III B. Amendment IV C. Amendment IX D. Amendment VIII User: The New Jersey plan called for A. abandoning the Articles of Confederation. B. the abolition of slavery. C. equal representation for all states in the Congress. D. a strong ...
Weegy: A. It becomes law. User: Choose the statement from the following choices that best describes the separation of powers. A. Powers and duties of the United States government are divided among three branches of government. B. Powers and duties of the United States government are divided among two branches of government. C. Powers and duties of the United States government are decided by a system of direct democracy. D. Powers and duties of the United States government are chosen entirely by the President of the United States Weegy: The answer is "The U.S. federal government is deliberately organized to ensure that no one office can hold too much power over the others. [ The Constitution outlines the three main branches of government: the executive, the legislature and the judiciary. The office of the president makes up the executive branch, the Supreme Court heads up the federal judiciary and the legislature is split into the House of Representatives and the Senate." Read more: What Are the 3 Branches of the United States Government? | eHow.com ] User: In 1787, delegates met in Philadelphia. They came from all of the 13 states except A. Pennsylvania. B. South Carolina. C. New Jersey. D. Rhode Island. Weegy: Rhode Island refused to send delegates to the convention. The answer is C. Rhode Island. User: . Which of the following statements is true regarding Anti-Federalists? A. Anti-Federalists argued against states' rights. B. Anti-Federalists were strongly against the Bill of Rights. C. Anti-Federalists supported a strong central government. D. Anti-Federalists were suspicious of a strong central government Weegy: C. Anti-Federalists were suspicious of a strong central government. User: The process by which the Constitution was approved by the states is known as A. vetoing. B. ratification. C. levying. D. impeachment. User: Which statement about ... (More)
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Under the Constitution of the United States, you may not be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without A. being suspected of a crime. B. due respect for law. C. due process of law. D. being charged with a crime. A. Northern B. Southern C. Central D. Pacific
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Under the Constitution of the United States, you may not be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.
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