Prohibiting troops to take shelter in house if not approved, later was used as foundation for right to privacy (Griswold v. Conneticut-1965)
No unreasonable search and seizure. Exclusionary rule- not allowed to use evidence that was gained by an unreasonable search and seizure. (Miranda v. Arizona-1966)
Grand jury when held for capitol or “infamous” crime. Double jeopardy. No one can be deprive an individual the right to life, liberty, or property unless due process of law. Eminent domain- property can be taken away and converted into public use to provide compensation for property owners.
Right to a speedy trial by impartial jury. To be informed of charges (habeas corpus), to confront witnesses, subpoena witnesses for defense, and right to have a lawyer.