Which Best Describes How Unenumerated Rights Differ From Procedural And Substantive Rights?

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Which best describes how unenumerated rights differ from procedural and substantive rights?

  • Unenumerated rights apply only to the states.
  • Unenumerated rights are not listed in the Constitution.
  • Unenumerated rights cannot ever be defined.
  • Unenumerated rights combine procedural and substantive rights.

Answer

Some rights are legal and others illegal, but not all of them are written in the Constitution. In fact, only those liberties that are specifically mentioned in the document can be called constitutional rights. procedural and substantive rights come from constitutional law.

Unenumerated rights are sometimes implied, natural, or background legal rights. They aren’t typically written into law but may become enumerated if the systematizing of existing laws demands it.

Unenumerated rights are not listed in the Constitution. Examples of these include the right to travel, the freedom to marry, and the right to vote. Procedural rights are those that outline procedures for things like criminal trials and voting. Substantive rights are more concrete and define what citizens are entitled to, such as freedom from self-incrimination or cruel and unusual punishment.

Which Best Describes How Unenumerated Rights Differ From Procedural And Substantive?

Unenumerated rights exist for the states outside of and not included in the Bill of Rights. Because these unenumerated rights are not restricted or defined, their application is broader. Procedural rights are those that establish the procedures by which laws are enacted and enforced, while substantive rights are the actual rights afforded to citizens, such as freedom of speech.

 
What is the Bill of Rights? a list of reasons supporting ratification of the Constitution a list of the civil liberties and rights of citizens of the United States a list of the fundamental rights held by the government a list of demands from the American colonies for independence
a list of the civil liberties and rights of citizens of the United States
 
Which best describes how unenumerated rights differ from procedural and substantive rights? Unenumerated rights apply only to the states. Unenumerated rights are not listed in the Constitution. Unenumerated rights cannot ever be defined. Unenumerated rights combine procedural and substantive rights.
Unenumerated rights are not listed in the Constitution.
 
Civil liberties are related to which fundamental kind of rights? substantive rights natural rights civil rights procedural rights
natural rights
 
Which best describes how unenumerated rights differ from procedural and substantive rights? Unenumerated rights apply only to the states. Unenumerated rights are not listed in the Bill of Rights. Unenumerated rights can never be defined. Unenumerated rights combine procedural and substantive rights.
Unenumerated rights are not listed in the Bill of Rights.
 
According to the preamble to the Bill of Rights, what is the purpose of the Bill of Rights? to guarantee everyone’s rights to stop people from depriving others of their rights to ensure equal rights for all to prevent the government from abusing people’s rights
to prevent the government from abusing people’s rights
 
What is the common purpose of the Ninth and Tenth amendments? They protect the rights of noncitizens. They protect rights not listed in the Constitution. They protect the federalist system. They protect the federal government from the states.
They protect rights not listed in the Constitution.
 
The freedoms in the First Amendment are collectively known as the freedom of speech. expression. protest. natural right.
expression.
 
Which amendment protects citizens from being forced to house troops? the First Amendment the Third Amendment the Sixth Amendment the Eighth Amendment
the Third Amendment
 
If the police arrive at Larry’s office without probable cause or a warrant and demand to search the premises, which amendment protects him from this type of search? the Fourth Amendment the Fifth Amendment the Sixth Amendment the Eighth Amendment
the Fourth Amendment
 
The Bill of Rights consists of the first amendments to the Constitution. eight nine ten
ten

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