CSU Explain Amendments: Judicial Process Discussion

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Clarify and explain the 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th Amendments, and discuss their relationship to our constitutional rights as they relate to the court system.

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Amendments Outline
Thesis Statement : This paper is about the 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th and 14th amendment and how they
relate to the court system in the US. The amendments are presented in the form of a bill and both
houses can only pass the bills when they get a two-thirds vote.
I.

Introduction

II.

4th amendment

III.

5th amendment

IV.

6th amendment

V.

8th amendment

VI.

14th amendment

VII.

Conclusion


Running head: AMENDMENTS (JUDICIAL PROCESS)

Amendments (Judicial Process)
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AMENDMENTS (JUDICIAL PROCESS)

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Introduction
Amendment of the constitution refers to the process by which changed, and modifications
are made into an existing constitution. It may also involve the addition and deletion of some
sections. In the United States, the amendment of the constitution is done by Congress, and it is
usually a very rigid process guided by specific methodologies (Liu, 2017). This paper is about
the 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th and 14th amendment and how they relate to the court system in the US. The
amendments are presented in the form of a bill, and both houses can only pass the bills when
they get a two-thirds vote.
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