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Suppose Briscoe Cole is found not guilty of murder in a fair jury trial. Later, evidence comes to light that Briscoe may have been guilty. Under the _______ principle of the Fifth Amendment, Briscoe can't be tried again for that same crime. A. grand jury B. impeachment C. double jeopardy D. due process
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User: Suppose Briscoe Cole is found not guilty of murder in a fair jury trial. Later, evidence comes to light that Briscoe may have been guilty. Under the _______ principle of the Fifth Amendment, Briscoe can't be tried again for that same crime. A. grand jury B. impeachment C. double jeopardy D. due process

Weegy: Suppose Briscoe Cole is found not guilty of murder in a fair jury trial. Later, evidence comes to light that Briscoe may have been guilty. Under the double jeopardy principle of the Fifth Amendment, Briscoe can't be tried again for that same crime.
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User: Which statement is true of The Federalist Papers? A. They were published under the pseudonym Caesar. B. The writers were careful to avoid the topic of slavery. C. They were written to gain support for the Constitution. D. Thomas Jefferson was one of the authors

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They were written to gain support for the Constitution. - is true of The Federalist Papers.

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