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Due Process in the Constitution

Use the Constitution and the Bill of Rights to complete the chart below.

 

Due Process Rights Where guaranteed in the Constitution
protection against unreasonable searches and seizures  
right to remain silent  
right to an attorney  
right to know the charges against oneself  
right to reasonable bail  
right to a trial by jury  
right to a public trial  
right to a speedy trial  
right to call witnesses in one’s favor  
right to cross examine witnesses against oneself  
protection against cruel and unusual punishment  
protection against double jeopardy  

Reprinted with permission. We the People* Teacher’s Guide, Middle School Level, Student Handouts. pp. 92, 98, 102. Copyright 1988. Center for Civic Education. Calabasas, California.