Analysis of the Bill of Rights

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* Analysis of the Bill of Rights

This paper will be an extensive analysis of the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution. This analysis will consist of these parts of the Bill of Rights and the administration of justice and security. Furthermore, there will be an evaluation and comparison of the various areas of the criminal justice system and security by addressing the following: 1) The objectives of and the challenges facing various federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies; 2) The roles of the federal, state, and local court systems with respect to public safety and civil rights; 3) The objectives of the juvenile justice system with those of other agencies; 4) The roles of private security organizations with respect to both corporate and public protection; and 5) Recommend solutions to the various challenges facing criminal justice organizations and security organizations. James Madison introduced the Bill of Rights as a series of legislative articles and went into effect as Amendments of the United States Constitution in 1971 through the ratification process.

Analyzing the Bill of Rights
The First Amendment of the United States Constitution states that the United States Congress cannot make laws condensing the freedom of press or free speech; the right for people the peacefully assemble; and a formation of religion or prohibiting the exercise of religion. There is an article written by Chris Neefus that focuses on challenging the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. The article is titled Justice Breyer Suggests That Burning a Quran Could be Like Shouting 'Fire' in a Crowded Theatre--Thus Not Protected by 1st Amendment. This article speaks on if Pastor Terry Jones’ First Amendment right to free speech and the right to assembly would be protected if he were to burn the Holy Quran. This came into question because in a case in 1919 Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes gave his...
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