bill of rights

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Politika, Siyaset) haklar bildirgesi
hukuk beyannamesi
(Hukuk) Haklar Yasası
insan hakları beyannamesi

İnsan hakları beyannamesi ABD Anayasasını değiştirdi. - The Bill of Rights amended the U.S. Constitution.

Englisch - Englisch
A formal statement of the rights of a specified group of people
{i} first ten amendments to the United States Constitution which state the basic freedoms of all American citizens (freedom of religion, freedom of the press, etc.)
A Bill of Rights is a written list of citizens' rights which is usually part of the constitution of a country. part of the US constitution (=the basic laws of the country that cannot easily be changed) which is a list of the rights of US citizens, for example freedom of speech (=the right to say what you want to say, including criticizing the government) , and freedom of religion. bills of rights a written statement of the most important rights of the citizens of a country. (1689) British law, one of the basic instruments of the British constitution. It incorporated the provisions of the Declaration of Rights, which William III and Mary II accepted upon taking the throne. Its main purpose was to declare illegal various practices of James II, such as the royal prerogative of dispensing with the law in certain cases. The result of a long struggle between the Stuart kings and the English people and Parliament, it made the monarchy clearly conditional on the will of Parliament and provided freedom from arbitrary government. It also dealt with the succession to the throne. First 10 amendments to the Constitution of the United States, adopted as a group in 1791. They are a collection of guarantees of individual rights and of limitations on federal and state governments that derived from popular dissatisfaction with the limited guarantees of the Constitution. The first Congress submitted 12 amendments (drafted by James Madison) to the states, 10 of which were ratified. The 1st Amendment guarantees freedom of religion, speech, and the press and grants the right to petition for redress and to assemble peacefully. The 2nd Amendment guarantees the right of the people to keep and bear arms. The 3rd prohibits the quartering of soldiers in private dwellings in peacetime. The 4th protects against unreasonable search and seizure. The 5th establishes grand-jury indictment for serious offenses, protects against double jeopardy in criminal cases, and prohibits compelling testimony by a person against himself. The 6th establishes the rights of the accused to a speedy trial and an impartial jury and guarantees the right to legal counsel and to the obtaining of witnesses in his favour. The 7th preserves the right to trial by jury in serious civil suits and prohibits double jeopardy in civil cases. The 8th prohibits excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishment. The 9th states that enumeration of certain rights in the Constitution does not mean the abrogation of rights not mentioned. The 10th reserves to the states and people any powers not delegated to the federal government
the first 10 amendments to the U S Constitution
list of freedoms that a government promises to protect
a statement of fundamental rights and privileges (especially the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution)
The first ten amendments to the United States Constitution
- first ten amendments to the Constitution ratified in 1791, these amendments limit governmental power and protect basic rights and liberties of individuals
A brief statement of certain fundamental rights and privileges that are guaranteed to the people, and even the government cannot violate (The United States Bill of Rights consists of the first 10 amendments to the Constitution )
The first ten amendments of the U S Constitution, containing a list of indi-vidual rights and liberties, such as freedom of speech, religion, and the press
a list of people's rights that a government agrees all people will have
Section 400 433, Florida Statutes, states that a resident/patient of and ALF or a SNF shall not be deprived of any rights, benefits or privileges guaranteed by law THESE RIGHTS MUST BE POSTED IN CLEAR VIEW IN EVERY FACILITY
the first ten amendments to the U S Constitution
A bill of rights is a part of a nation's constitution which provides for particular individual freedoms, such as freedom of religion or of association
The first ten amendments to the U S Constitution These amendments deal with basic individual liberties such as freedom of speech, assembly, religion, and the press; protection against self-incrimination in a legal proceeding, unreasonable search and seizure, and cruel and unusual punishment; and the right to a speedy and fair trial
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{i} declaration of basic liberties which belong to a group of people
The first ten amendments to the U S Constitution, which protect the rights of individu­als from the powers of the national government Congress and the states adopted the ten amend­ments in 1791
The first ten amendments to the United States Constituion The original Constitution consisted of seven Articles, mostly providing for the organization and working of our national government Soon after the original Constitution adopted the first ten amendments were added to prohibit the national government from taking away or limiting various rights and freedoms of the citizens, such as the right of free speech, freedom of worship, freedom of the press, etc
The first ten amendments to the Constitution It contains the basic rights which the federal government may not interfere with
The first ten Amendments to the U S Constitution These contain our freedoms regarding the national government
The first ten amendments to the Constitution
The first ten amendments to the Constitution, adopted in 1791, comprise the Bill of Rights A product of Antifederalist influence, the Bill of Rights protects individual liberties against the power of the national government
The first ten ammendments of the constitution that guarentee peoples fundamental civil liberties and rights
First ten amendments to the Constitution which establish the fundamental rights enjoyed by the people of the United States
First ten amendments to the United States Constitution, ratified in1791 They guarantee the freedom of assembly, religion, speech, etc Historical context, text, and image
bill of rights

    Türkische aussprache

    bîl ıv rayts


    /ˈbəl əv ˈrīts/ /ˈbɪl əv ˈraɪts/


    [ 'bil ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English bile, from Old English; akin to Old English bill.

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