OpenStudy (anonymous):

Chad and some friends broke into a government building and ruined several priceless paintings. Chad was arrested and charged with a federal crime. He refused to speak to the police. Once he was arrested, he refused to speak to his court-appointed lawyer. Chad waited for three years before his case is heard by a judge. When he got his day in court, Chad claimed that his rights had been violated. How could he use the U.S. Constitution to support his claim?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

"The First Amendment clearly protects my right to assemble, even in government buildings." "The Fourth Amendment protects me from unreasonable search and seizure." "The Fifth Amendment protects my right not to answer questions that will incriminate me." "The Sixth Amendment protects my right to a fair and speedy trial."