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The right not to be tried twice for the same crime is protected by which amendment? A. Fourth Amendment B. Fifth Amendment C. Sixth Amendment D. Eighth Amendment
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User: The right not to be tried twice for the same crime is protected by which amendment? A. Fourth Amendment B. Fifth Amendment C. Sixth Amendment D. Eighth Amendment

Weegy: The right not to be tried twice for the same crime is protected by FIFTH AMENDMENT.



User: The __________________, the right to due process in the state courts, extends all protections of the U.S. Constitution to the states, so that the states do not make laws to violate it. A. Fourth Amendment B. Seventh Amendment C. Eighth Amendment D. Fourteenth Amendment

Weegy: The FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, the right to due process in the state courts, extends all protections of the U.S. Constitution to the states, so that the states do not make laws to violate it.


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