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Why did the Supreme Court expand the incorporation of the Bill of Rights?

Brandon Scott

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Dana Keller on May 5, 2018

The correct response is to ensure equal treatment for all citizens. Supreme court expanded the incorporation of the charter of rights in order to ensure that there is equal treatment for all citizens.The incorporation of the doctrine is to be selected in such a way that you can provide the letter of rights that apply to a state, as well as to the process of the clause, that is the fourteenth Amendment.Fourteen Amendment extends to the rights and freedoms that are being given to the slaves by the charter of rights.

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