This video is about the Seventh Amendment. It tells you how it became an amendment. It says who started it too. It said King George the Third said if you lived in the colonies you don't have the right to a jury. The King would leave the trials to Judge Butt-Kiss to take care of. North Carolina than wanted to change that and the other colonies did to and then they did.
This Article was writen by Richard Sandomir. It was published November 23, 2013. The owners of the Mets will face a jury should there be a trial in the case filed against them by the trustee for the victims of Bernard L. Madoff's fraud, a federal district judge ruled Wednesday. The Mets’ owners had opposed a jury trial.
This is a News Article. It's by Jim Hightower. It was made April 4, 2013. It's about how they think the amendment has been stripped from people. It says how they think it doesn't surve at justice. It manly says what's wrong with the amendment. It also talks about being wronged by corporations too.
The Heritage Guide to the Constitution is intended to provide a brief and accurate explanation of each clause of the Constitution. This web page tells you how the Seventh Amendment came about. It also tells you who made it and started to try to put this into the Bill of Rights. It also says how the Amendment works and what the Amendment is.
This is a News Article. It was made May 12, 2013. The article is about a $200 mistake cost Dr. Morris Kinast his right to a jury trial. So later that month, the process of defending the doctor will continue in a civil bench trial, before a solitary judge. The ongoing legal saga illustrates the breadth, depth and limitations provided by the Seventh Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
This is a Video Keith Hughes made. He makes youtube videos for every Amendment. This video talks about the Seventh Amendment and what it actually is. It talks about where it first started and how it became a right. It teaches you all the ins and outs of this Amendment too.
This is a News Article. It doesn't say who it's by. This is a jury trial in 1791. This tells you what the Amendment is about and how it works. It also is a trial for the amendent and how they wanted to change it and make changes. They think things aren't fair about this amendment so they want to make it better.
This is another News Article. It was made by Gibson Vance. It was made in January 2011. It talks about how the house was trying to change things in the bil of right. Mostly with the Seventh Amendment. They wanted to change what the Seventh Amendment was about.
This is a credible website. It was made by the Rutherford Institue. This web page is about the Seventh amendment. It's about what it does and how it affects us today. We use it for criminals that are guilty but they're still aloud to have a trial.
This is a web page. It is about the Seventh Amendment. It tells you what it's about and how you can use it. It says how it started in North Carlina and then the colonies came together to put it into the Bill of Rights. It also has where this amendment works and doesn't work in different trials too.
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