Where did the english bill of rights take place?
The english bill of rights took place in ENgland, on the year of 1689.
The United States Bill of Rights took place in 1791. Virginia, and many other states who followed, were sure to include protection of individual rights. Virgina was the first to include a bill of rights into its constitution. Virginias and many other states included freedom of the press, and the right to trial by jury, and also barred "cruel and unusual punishments", and finally freedom of religion.
We needed the Bill of Rights because both parties couldn't agree on what laws should pass and which laws didn't pass. So both parties would agree on a topic, and right down what laws should take place. Both parties would combine those laws and agree to mix them together to make one law that everyone could follow. Then the continued this, and then finally it passed as The Bill of Rights.
Explain how the bill of rights guarantees that the government cannot suddenly arrest a person and put him or her in prison without a reason?
Primary federalist, James Madison believed that a Bill of Rights to protect citizens was unneeded because the proposed constitution gave no powers to the federal government to take upon itself, the rights already granted to citizens by way of the state constitutions. The proposed Constitution was given no rights to take away citizen rights already in existence.
Without a Bill of Rights, the Constitution lacked individual rights that should be guaranteed to all citizens. Also, some people thought that the Constitution gave too much power to the central government. The Bill of Rights made sure everyone had spelled out rights so the government can not take them away like Great Britain did.
Nothing would happen as a direct consequence from having no Bill of Rights. The Commonwealth of Australia has no Bill of Rights and is constantly regarded as a free and democratic country, so having no Bill of rights doesn't mean the country would collapse it just means that unelected Judges cannot stop or block laws that may infringe on a minorities rights, and places the onus on the elected politicians to take into account the…
== == Background of Glorious Revolution: Bloodless overthrow of King James II. Answer: William and Mary would take the English throne. Parliament limited the monarch's (ruler) power and issued the Bill of Rights in order to limit the monarch's power. Here is what the Bill of Rights did (English): no suspending of Parliament's laws no levying of taxes without a specific grant from Parliament no interfering with freedom of speech in Parliament no penalty for…