Asked in US Constitution
What does Admendment 5 of the US Constitution guarantee or protect?
Your right to not testify in court against yourself. If your testimony will incriminate you, or find you guilty, you have the right to take the fifth amendment and choose not testify. ...
Bill of rights protects citizens from?
from being stripped of their unalienable rights. Each of those 10 amendments protects us from different things, and gives us different rights. Such as in amendment 8 it protects us from cruel and unusual punishment. here I give you a small really condensed list. Am1. gives us 5 rights freedom of speech, press, religion, petition, and assembly Am2. gives us the right to keep and bear arms. Am3. protects us from the quartering of troops. Am4. protects us from illegal searches and seizures. Am5.protects us...
5 rights and freedoms protected in the amendments to the Constitution.?
The first amendment protects the five rights of speech, religion, press, assembly and petition. ...
What is Article V of the US Constitution?
Article 5 of the US Constitution establishes the procedure by which the Constitution may be amended, and by which amendments are ratified by the states. (For text, and effects of amendments to this article, see the related link) ...
Asked in US Constitution, US Government
What article tells how to ratify the constitution?
The word ratify means "to pass, or approve". So, you're essentially asking which article of the constitution tells us how to approve the constitution and make it law. I think what you mean is "What article tells us how to amend the constitution." To amend the constitution means to somehow change it, which has only happened 27 times. Article #5 tells us how to amend the constitution. ...
Asked in Politics and Government, US Constitution
What does article 5 of the constitution deal with?
Article 5 of the US Constitution describes how the Constitution may be altered by proposing an amendment or amendments and subsequent ratification. Thirty-three amendments have been proposed and twenty-seven of those have been ratified and are now part of the Constitution. ...
Asked in Germany in WW2, US Constitution, RuneScape
What are the key points of article 5 of the constitution?
Article V of US constitution deals with the procedure of introducing amendments in US constitution. It entails that both houses of US Congress must pass the said amendment with a two third majority after which the amendment is sent to states for ratification. ...
What are the dimensions of the paper that the US Constitution is written on?
According to the US national archives, where the Constitution is housed, each of the four pages is 28 3/4 inches by 23 5/8 inches ...
What are the 5 people who signed the constitution?
The US Constitution was signed by 39 delegates, here are 5 of the 39: John Blair James Madison George Washington Benjamin Franklin Alexander Hamilton ...
What are two advantages of atmosphere?
1. It gives us air to breathe. 2. It forms a protective shield against extreme heat. 3. It also protects us against falling debris fro space. 4. It provides us with clouds and rain. 5. it protects us from harmful ultraviolet rays. Answer given by~ Tehsin pala ...
Asked in Government
What are the 5 documents that formed the us government?
The five documents are : The Declaration Of Independence The Article Of Confederation The US Constitution The Bill of Rights and the ...
Asked in US Presidents
Why can't be president if you are not born in the US?
It is written into the US Constitution. Article II, Section 1, Clause 5 of the US Constitution sets the requirements to hold office. One of these requirements is that the President must be a natural born citizen of the United States. ...
How many states were needed for the constitution to be ratified?
3/5 Answer: 9 states were needed to ratify the new US Constitution according to Article VII of the Constitution. The number of states needed was never specified as a fraction, the way the Constitution specifies for an amendment. ...
What has been the most common method for adding an amendment to the constitution?
Article 5 gives the process of amending the US constitution. Both the Senate and the House of Representatives, in the US Congress, approve by a two-third majority voting. This is a joint resolution that amends the constitution. By this the Presidents signature is not required. ...