The document that protected the rights of English citizens and was the basis for the American Bill of Rights was the Bill of Rights.
The Americans wanted their rights protected and they wanted a Bill Of Rights to ensure it was protected
the English bill of rights protected them.
All of the Bill of Rights is protected.
The addition of the Bill of Rights assured the people of their rights and stated that their rights were protected.
The English bill of rights.
freedom to privacy
The central theme of the Bill of Rights is that they are rights protected by the government which cannot be removed.
The people of the United States are protected from their government by the Bill of Rights. It lists the things that the government is NOT allowed to do.
The Bill of Rights is protected by the Judicial Branch.
The Bill of Rights is limited at the point where a single person's rights begin to infringe on another person's rights. At this point, the infringing person is not protected by the Bill of Rights.
right to privacy
The Bill Of Rights.
The Bill of Rights gives us our basic rights. Without them we wouldn't be protected from an authoritative government.
The bill of rights were a set of 10 amendments which were added to the constitution. It protected the basic rights of the people.
holding a peaceful public assembly
The bill of rights
the right to a prompt and fair trial.
it meant their rights would be protected
Bill of rights
The Bill Of Rights