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Section. 7.
All people will be guaranteed that they not be charged for the same crime more than once, that
they not be required to testify against themselves, and that they not be punished in any way
without due process of Law, or that they have any property taken for public use without just
compensation.

Section. 8.
All people will be guaranteed the right of a speedy and public trial and that they be presumed
innocent until proven guilty by an impartial jury of the State and district where the crime was
committed. All people will be guaranteed the right to be informed of the nature and cause of
their accusation, to be confronted with the witnesses against him, to have a mandatory process
for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have assistance of counsel for his defense.

Section. 9.
All people will be guaranteed the right to trial by jury in suits of common Law where the value
in controversy exceeds five-hundred dollars, less being an exception in cases of contractual
agreements. No fact tried by a jury shall be reexamined in any court of the United States
according to the rules of common Law.

Section. 10.
All people will be guaranteed freedom from excessive bail, excessive fines, and cruel and
unusual punishments.

Section. 11.
All people will be guaranteed freedom from arbitrary arrest, detention, exile, or detention for an
indefinite period of time.

Section. 12.
All people will be equal under the Law without discrimination and will be recognized as a person
before the Law.

Section. 13.
All people will be guaranteed the right to leave the country, with exception to those with
unresolved accusations of crime or subject to a federal investigation.

Section. 14.
All people will be guaranteed freedom from interference with their privacy, family, home,
employment, or communications, or from attacks of slander or libel against them.

Section. 15.
All people will be guaranteed the right to work, the freedom to choose their employment, the
right to equal pay for equal work without discrimination, and the right to join trade unions for
protection of their interests.

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