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The Fifth Amendment- Rights of the Accused: Exploring Our Nation (04:50)

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This video examines the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution and the rights of citizens accused of crimes. Students will learn about Miranda rights and self-incrimination. Viewers will also come to understand what it means to “take the fifth” as well as other rights protected by the Fifth Amendment including the right to a grand jury, protection against double jeopardy and “due process of law”.

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The Fifth Amendment- Rights of the Accused: Exploring Our Nation


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This video examines the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution and the rights of citizens accused of crimes. Students will learn about Miranda rights and self-incrimination. Viewers will also come to understand what it means to “take the fifth” as well as other rights protected by the Fifth Amendment including the right to a grand jury, protection against double jeopardy and “due process of law."

Length: 5 minutes

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Copyright date: ©2016

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