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Protection from arrest without cause

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Xavier Arndt

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Trent Holbrook

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citizens cannot be forced to house soldier

(no quartering of soldiers)

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Casey Heaney

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idk if thats right
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Xavier Arndt

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the one above this is
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Dos Vegito

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Its right for me
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Thalia Knight

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thanks!!!

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apex: citizens cannot be forced to house soldiers

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apex: citizens cannot be forced to house soldiers

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Brian Thomas

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The petition has four basic principles, which are, in order: no taxation without the consent of Parliament, no imprisonment without cause, no quartering of soldiers on subjects, and no martial law in peacetime.

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Thalia Knight

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the one above me is correct, citizens cannot be forced to house soldiers lol

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apex: citizens cannot be forced to house soldiers

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PRINCES POST

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correct, thx

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protection for arrest without cause

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Esdras PΓ©rez

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No mames we

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taxation

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In what year did English Petition of Rights shaped the Americas Constitution Republic?

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