Bill of Rights Paper

Apr 16th, 2015
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Write a 1,750- to 2,000-word paper on the relationship between these parts of the Bill of Rights and the administration of justice and security. Compare and evaluate the various areas of the criminal justice system and security by addressing the following: The objectives of and the challenges facing various federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies Roles of the federal, state, and local court systems with respect to public safety and civil rights The objectives of the juvenile justice system with those of other agencies The roles of private security organizations with respect to both corporate and public protection Recommend solutions to the various challenges facing criminal justice organizations and security organizations

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Bill of Rights PaperNamClassDateProfessorBill of Rights The Bills Of Rights are the first ten amendments to the US Constitution. While the constitution created three branches of government and outlined many of the rights afforded to the state it did not outline the rights guaranteed to the individual. In order to get all of the different states to agree to sign the Constitution the Bill of rights was created that would protect the civil liberties of the citizen. The American government and the legal system borrow many of their aspects from the British but they also created a new type of government designed to ensure the rights of the state and the individual never becomes oppressed. First Amendment Each right guaranteed in the Bill of Rights and in the Constitution is designed to prevent the government ever becoming oppressive. The First Amendment includes three important aspects and because t is the First Amendment they include some of the most important rights to the framers of the constitution. The First Amendment guarantees the citizen the right to freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and freedom to protest. Freedom of religion refers to the citizen's right to follow and practice their own faith. In other words the citizen cannot be forced to give up their religion or made to practice a religion by the government. The British were forced by the British government to practice the religion the government deemed not the religion

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