Freedom of the press, freedom of religion, freedom of
rights,freedom of speech,
The bill of rights is intended to protect individual freedoms and their rights.
There are not 13 rights, but 10 in the Bill of Rights.
The Bill of Rights are the Ten basic rights and freedoms of all U.S. citizens.
These are three freedoms protected by the Bill of Rights: Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, and Freedom to Petition
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was enacted in 1982. It is basically the Bill of Rights for the Constitution of Canada. It was preceded by the Canadian Bill of Rights from 1960.
The Bill of Rights in the constitution protects freedoms
No freedoms are limited by the constitution. That is why there is a Bill of Rights.
The Individual freedoms of people.
Yes, that is the purpose of the bill of rights !
the bill of right protect peoeple freedoms
There are the bill of rights to protect freedom.
Rights of those accused of crimes
The first Amendment grants the freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
The Bill of Rights, the first 10 Amendments protect individual freedoms. These Amendments guarantee that these rights are protected by law.
There are 5 freedoms guaranteed in the Bill of Rights. The Freedom of Speech The Freedom of Press The Freedom of Assembly The Freedom of Petition The Freedom of Religion
There are actually lots of freedoms in the bill of rights, it's the first ten amendments. Three of them are Freedom of speech, Right to bear arms, Right to avoid illegal searches by the police
1) The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and 2) the Bill of Rights
Basic freedoms to US citizens.
ten Constitutional amendments specifying freedoms.
It spells out the freedoms of individual citizens.
This is known as the Bill of Rights
frredom of speech freedom of religion
It protects us from acts of government
The technical freedoms protected within the Bill of Rights is found in the First Amendment. The freedom of speech, press, religion, peaceable assembly and to petition the government.
The argument for adding the Bill of Rights to the Constitution was to protect individual freedoms of the citizens.