Think You Know Your Constitution? Prove It With These 5 Questions
As we celebrate Constitution Day here at FindLaw, we like to reflect on how much (or how little) the average person actually knows about his or her constitutional rights.
Sure you may be able to list off some of the amendments in the Bill of Rights, but do you know how free speech actually applies? Or the right to a jury of your peers?
Test your constitutional mettle with these five challenging questions:
How'd you do? If you scored 60 percent or above, you probably have a good grasp on our constitutional rights. If you scored below, maybe you should spend some time browsing FindLaw's U.S. Constitution resources.
- 3 Constitutional Amendments Every Defendant Should Know (FindLaw's Blotter)
- Roundtable: What's Your Favorite Constitutional Amendment? (FindLaw's Greedy Associates)
- FindLaw Quiz: Can You Pass the U.S. Citizenship Test? (FindLaw's Legal Grounds)
- Constitution FAQs (National Constitution Center)
You Don’t Have To Solve This on Your Own – Get a Lawyer’s Help
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