205 Constitution Drafts


Corey W.
We the students, of Room 205, in order to form a more perfect classroom, to ensure a safety, education and freedom, we hereby establish this constitution for Room 205 of Burdick School.
Article I: The Legislative Branch
6 Legislators shall make the laws of this country. Each row will have one legislator. The job of the legislative branch is to make the laws.
The Legislators will be chosen by the entire classroom voting, and whoever gets the most votes will be chosen.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 3 Weeks.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, the Legislator must have been in room 205 for at least 3 months. years old.
Section 5: Representation of States
Each row will send one legislator to congress.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
If the Legislators believe president deserves to be impeached, more than 50% of the legislators must vote him out of office.
Section 8: Legislative Quorum
A majority rule Legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The president will not have much say in making the laws. If there is a tie, the Vice President will break the tie.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
A term is 4 weeks. The President has no term limit.
Section 2: Selection of the President
A majority of the class must vote for the President. The Legislators will not have a say in the vote, only the citizens of 205. The job of the president is to lead the room, and to appoint supreme judges.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
The president must be 13 years old and must have been in this classroom for four months.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of one homework pass every two weeks.


ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
Judges will be appointed by the president, but the Legislators will pick 3 judges
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
Once chosen, a judge will have a term of 6 weeks. He/she can be reelected by the vote of the legislators.
ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
The criminal will be put on trial in front of the entire judicial branch. They will vote guilty or innocent.
Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
Changes or additions may be added to the constitution depending if it is necessary.
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
If trouble breaks out in a row, the president will decide if we need to send soldiers.
Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
No, a state will not be able to pass its own laws. They must contact the president, then he will decide if law can be made.
Section 5: Bill of Rights
All people have freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to protest against decisions of the government, the right to peacefully gather in groups, protection from unreasonable searches, freedom of movement, and the right to not be given homework on the weekend, unless it is a project.
Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 13 Years old.


Kyle J.
As students of room 205 we have recognized a common issue in the current laws that govern our lives, therefore we've chosen to come together and take a course of action upon which we overthrow the sultan we know as King David, establish a land of freedom, and found it only by the rules most necessary to ensure our rights to safety, enjoyment, and freedom.
Article 1
- The room is divided into several groups that the class chooses themselves. These groups make make the decisions. Every 6 weeks each person in the group gets a homework skip pass unless the representative feels they haven't deserved it.
Article 2
-The Representative. There is 1 representative for each group that is chosen by the members of the groups by vote. In order to be selected the leader must be a comfortable speaker and have a 3.4 or higher GPA. They can be of any age. He makes the decisions for the group when the groups call a vote. In the case that 2 groups or more disagree on a vote a doge-ball war may be declared.
Article 3
- If at any time a representative disagrees with the fairness of a rule they can call on a game of doge ball, the winning team can decide which rule they wish to go by. If a representative isn't doing their job well they can be impeached and a new representative can be chosen. New Representatives are chosen every 4 weeks. They receive 1 of the big kit-kat bars per week.
Article 4
-If there is a group that agrees 1 person has been taking advantage of the rules they can be kicked out. If they are kicked out they are excluded from all activities for the next 2 weeks. After 2 weeks they are given a last chance in the group. If they are kicked out a 2nd time it's permanent. A vote will be called for any and all crimes committed. If the Representatives decide it's a bad enough crime the punishment is eating 1 drop of hot sauce.
Article 5
-Homework-
We do not get any homework on Mondays. We can not have any more than 2 homework assignments from 1 teacher in a day. We can play games during home base.
Rights
-You have the right to freedom.
-You have the right to spend your time the way you want.
-You have the right to vote and to choose your groups & representative.
-You have the right to your opinions and beliefs.
-You have the right to disagree.

Jacob L.
Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
3 people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
There will be a vote
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 1 month.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must have to have been in 205 for 2 months or more.
Citizenship Requirements: must have been in 205 for 2 months
Section 5: Representation of States
There is only one legislator
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
A president will be impeached if he or she is not performing up to date
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of 50cents per month.
Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of the legislature, judicial, and exicutive powers must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The president shall only appoint bills but all branches must agree on it to become a law

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
1 month
Section 2: Selection of the President
Whoever wants to be the president, shall be evaluated under stress-full situations while being viewed by the legislature ant the judical branch
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
Must have attained the age of 13 and been in room 205 for 1 month
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of 50 cents per year.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
Judges shall be appointed by the president and the legislature.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
The judges shall servr a term of 1 week unless impeached
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ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
The state in which the crime was commited will be where he or she will be brought to trial.
Section 2: Changes and Ammendments to the Constitution
Amendments can be changed as long as the vote is mutual among the three branches of government
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
The military shall defend the classroom in their hour of need and attack enemy classroom’s who threaten room 205’s very existance

Section 5: Bill of Rights
• Freedom of religion
• Speech
• equality

Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
The government can issue a search warrant if evidence is there.
Section 9: Bail and Fines
The bail/fine will increase in relation to the seriousness of the crime
Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 12.
Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
Yes if the president finds it nessecary.

Sara B.
Preamble
We the students of Room 205 write this Constitution to establish a more peaceful classroom, to have the freedom of speech, well-being of the students, and equality.

Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
6 people will make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
The Legislators will be elected by the people in every row. Only one person in that row may be elected.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators will serve a term of 3 weeks.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old.
Citizenship Requirements:
Section 5: Representation of States
Each row will send one Legislator to congress.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
It must be 4:2 to impeach the president.
Section 7: Legislative Quorum
The sum of 4 Legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 8: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The President my suggest laws but not ask the legislators about publishing it.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
A President can only be elected for 3 weeks and only 2 terms.
Section 2: Selection of the President
The people will elect the President.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
A President must be 13 and a half.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
The President will elect the judges.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
As long as the judge is doing a good job, they are allowed to stay.
ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
The criminal will be put on trial in the state where the crime was committed.
Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
No. Once the constitution is published no more amendments may be added.
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
The state my request if the government can send soldiers to that row. The Legislator of that row can approve if the soldiers go to their row.
Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
All states must follow the laws of the constitution.
Section 5: Bill of Rights
Rights of freedom
-freedom of speech
-the right to peacefully gather groups
Section 6: Double Jeopardy
If someone finds new evidence, the person will be put back on trial.
Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
The person must answer all the questions asked.
Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
If the government pays the person, then yes they my take someones land.
Section 9: Bail and Fines
The punishment for any crime is to stay up from recess for 4 days.
Section 10: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens will be able to vote at the at the age of 13 .
Section 11: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
Congress is allowed to declare war. The states are allowed to make peace treaties and coin money.



Christina S
Preamble
We the students of room 205 in order to form a more perfect classroom we will make the constitution take control over are classroom. Each student in our classroom should have the right to entertainment, drinks and food, and electronics. We in the classroom of 205 establish the constitution for the students.

Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
Only three people should make the laws.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
They have to have a 3.0 or higher.
They have to be a student at Burdick for 2 months.

They have to be 13 years old or older.

Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators should serve a term for 22 years.

Section 4: Age and Citizenship
They have to be at least 13 years old.

They don't have to be born here they could be born somewhere else
They just have to live here for about 2 months.

Section 5: Impeachment of the President
If they are doing a bad job to remove the president it has to be 75-50 because if 75 people dont want him being the president then they have a chance to take him out and remove him.
Section 6: Salary of Legislators
They will get to go on vacation where ever they want.
Section 7: Legislative Quoram
Only 3 legislators have to vote for the bill of rights

Section 8: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
I think the president should only check the laws not make them because then he can do other stuff with the United States and have the other people make them.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
The president could only sereve for 3 years and when that is finished they can try again and they have another 3 years they could be president then they are done.
Section 2: Selection of the President
I think the president should be chosen on there personality and what their G.P.A is.

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
They have to be at least 13 years old.
They don't have to born in the united stated.
They just have to go to school here for 2 months.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
They will get to go on vacation where ever they want.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: Bill of Rights

  1. We have the right to entertainment
  2. We have the right to electronics and etc.
  3. We have the right to turn down the air conditioner
  4. We have the right to do what ever we want at homebase time
  5. We have the right to drink and eat in class
  6. We have the right to listen to music in class
  7. We have the right to go one the computers all the time
Section 2: Age of Voting Eligibility
You should be 13 years old to vote.


Megan K.

Preamble Room 205
We the students of room 205, in order to have the ability to authorize a more civilized classroom, need to guarantee freedom, equality, and happiness to the students. Our Constitution will give the needs for the students of room 205. We're here today to build our Constitution from the ground up, and to show we now have the power of choice, and the power to make our own decisions.

Article I: House of Students
Six people are permitted to make the laws of room 205. Each row will be treated as a state, so there will be six Representatives for each row. The students will elect each Representative for each row. The Representatives will serve four weeks, and can serve a term a total of three times. To be a Representative you must be 13 years of age, and an associate of room 205. If a bill will be voted upon, four out of six Representatives will have to vote in favor of the bill before it becomes a law. If impeachment of the President must be in order, the House of Students can suggest and decide on impeachment of the president. The House of Students will be engaging in;
  • Making the laws of room 205.
  • Resolving conflicts over what the laws interpreter.

Article II: The Executive Branch
The Executive Branch will have a President and a Vice President. The people of room 205 will vote for their President and Vice President. The President can serve two months, and will be allowed to serve three terms. The candidate must be 13 years of age, have a G.P.A. of 3.O, and must be an associate of room 205. The President must understand the needs and necessities of the all the students of room 205. The President could be impeached by the Legislators, if needed. Duties of the President involve;

  • Passing the laws
  • Picking Judges for Supreme Court Justices.
  • Taking over and leading the class when the teacher is out

The Vice President serves two months and is allowed to serve in a total of three terms. To be a candidate to be Vice President, the person must be from room 205, 13 years of age and has to have a G.P.A. of at least 2.5 or higher. The Vice President will aid the President with his or her duties. In the case of being absent, or leaving, the Vice President will take over until the President can resume their duties.
Article III: Judaical Branch

Supreme Court Judges will be appointed by the President. The requirements if being a Supreme Court Judge are, you cannot have any detentions since the beginning of this school year, and must have a 3.0 G.P.A. A good quality to have, to be a Supreme Court Judge, is that you must have good problem-solving skills. A judge serves for one month, and will be allowed to serve a second term. Duties of the Supreme Court include;
  • Enforcing the laws
  • Listening to cases, and coming to the best conclusion that can be agreed on.
  • To determine the punishment of violators of the law.

Bill of Rights

  1. Every student of Room 205 has the right to entertainment.
  2. Every student of Room 295 has the right to the freedom of speech.
  3. Every student of Room 205 has the right to privacy.
  4. Every student of Room 205 has the right to the pursuit of happiness.
  5. Every student of Room 205 has the right to nourishment.
  6. Every student of Room 205 has the right to a good education.
  7. Every student of Room 205 has the right to agree, or disagree on the decision of homework.
  8. Every student of Room 205 has the right to agree, or disagree on the decision of the due date on a group, or "big" project.
  9. Every student of Room 205 has the right to get their books, if accidentally left in their locker.
  10. Every student of Room 205 has the right to have no homework on the weekends, unless it is associated with a group project

Nate B.

Preamble
We the students of Room 205, in Order to form a more perfect classroom, establish new rules, promote new options for students, knowledge, and insure equal treatment. This Constitution will meet the needs of every student in Room 205.
Article I (Legislative Branch)
The Legislative Branch will consist of six Representatives and three Senators. Each row will get one Representative. The Representatives will be chosen by majority vote. Room 205 will get three Senators. The Senators will be chosen by majority Vote.
Terms
The Representatives and Senators will be chosen for one term only. The length of one term will be one and a half months from the day after The Legislators are elected.
Qualifications
To serve in the Legislative Branch the student must reach the qualifications:

  1. The student must be 13 years of age.
  2. You must have a 2.5 GPA or higher.
  3. You must be a citizen of Room 205 for at least three months.
  4. You have to have no more than four days of being absent.
Duties
The duties of the Legislative Branch will be to make the laws, collect taxes from the Room 205 businesses, and to be in charge of events. In order to pass a bill four of the six Representatives and two of the three Senators have to agree on the bill.
Article II (Executive Branch)
The Executive Branch will be made up of the President, Vice President, and the Presidents Cabinet. The President will be chosen by class vote. The President will have to give a speech on what he/she will do to make the class better for everyone. The Vice President is to be chosen by the President. There will be one member in the Presidents Cabinet. The President shall be paid a total of one homework pass every three weeks the Vice President shall be paid a total of one homework for each term, and the Presidents Cabinet member shall be paid a total of one homework pass.
Terms
The President will be elected for six weeks; The President is allowed to be elected for only two terms.
The Vice President and the Presidents Cabinet will serve for as long as the President serves.
Qualifications
To serve in the Executive Branch the student must reach these qualifications:
  1. The student must have a 2.7 GPA.
  2. The student must be at least thirteen years of age.
  3. The student must have been a citizen of Room 205 for at least four months.
In the event the President or the Vice President drops their GPA below a 3.0, he/she will be kicked out of the Executive Branch and a new President and Vice President will be chosen.
Duties
The duties of the President are to lead the class and to approve the bills that the Legislative Branch makes. The duties of the Vice President are to takes the Presidents place if he/she is absent, or if he/she was impeached. If the President is impeached the Vice President will take over and he/she will pick a new Vice President. If the President and the Vice President are absent or kicked out of office the Presidents Cabinet member shall take office. The Presidents Cabinet member is in charge of paying every member in the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial branches their homework passes.
Article III (Judicial Branch)
The Judicial Branch will consist of four judges’ five jury members. The President will pick the four Judges. The jury members will be chosen at random. Each student will be a jury member at least one time. There will be a different jury for each court case. The Judges will be paid one homework pass each term.
Terms
The judges will serve for a term of one month. The jury will serve as long as the trial lasts.
Qualifications
  1. You must be 13 years of age.
  2. You must have a 2.0 GPA.
  3. You must be a citizen of Room 205 for one month.
Duties
Each Judge will take on the laws and take on people who break the law.\
Bill of rights
The students of room 205 will be awarded these rights:
1. The students of Room 205 have the right to a fair trial.
2. The students of Room 205 have the right to sit where every they want in class as long it does not become an issue.
3. The students of room 205 have the right to bring in iPods mp3s into class and listen to them as long as they do not become a distraction.
4. The students of Room 205 have the right to bring a snack into class and eat it.
5. The students of Room 205 have the right to special events.
6. The students of Room 205 have the right to speak freely as long as no foul langue is used.
7. The students of Room 205 have the right to no homework on weekends.
8. The students of Room 205 have the right to get books if they left them in their lockers.
9. The students of Room 205 have the right to have our own privacy.
10. The students of Room 205 have the right to be treated equal.

Sasa M.

Preamble:

We the students of Country 205, in Order to form a more perfect class, ensure freedom from King Skonecki, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, and secure the wishes of all the students, establish this Constitution for the Country 205.

Article I: The Legislative Branch

Section 1: Number of Representatives
There will be 13 Representatives. 2 will be selected from each state, and 1 will be selected by the whole Country of 205. Then, when the Representatives make laws for Country 205, there will be no tie since it is an odd number.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
The rest of Country 205 will select Legislators.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators will serve a term of 2 weeks.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must have been a citizen of Country 205 for a least 5 months.
Citizenship Requirements:
Section 5: Representation of States
There will be 6 Legislators. 1 Legislator will be elected from each state.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
Yes, Legislators should have the right to impeach the President. The fraction of the Legislators that must vote in order for the President's impeachment are 7 out of 12. That way, there will be no tie and either the President will or will not be impeached.
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 7 out of 12 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
Yes, the President should have something to do with making the laws. The president should only be involved with suggesting what laws should be passed. Then, the legislators will take over, and pass the laws that the President suggested, but only if they agree on them .
ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
The President's term should end 1 week after he or she is elected.
Section 2: Selection of the President
The President should be chosen by the 6 states by only one representative, but by a different representative every election, so each person in that state has the chance to vote.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
  • In order to be eligible for running for Presidency, the candidate must be at least 13 years or older.
  • In order to be eligible for running for Presidency, the candidate must have a GPA of a 2.9 or higher.
  • In order to be eligible for running for Presidency, the candidate must have been a citizen of Country 205 since the first day of school.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President will be paid $.02 a week. That way, before the President is reelected he or she will be paid.
ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
The way selection of the Judges will be performed are, the states, and the all the citizens in the state will be elect the Judicial Branch.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
Judges are to be reelected every 2 weeks. The judge will be reelected every time the Legislators are.
ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
Changes or additions to the constitution should be allowed. Changes or additions to the Constitution will be allowed, because everyone is not going to agree on one idea, so if somebody brings up an idea that is not in the constitution and everybody likes it, the Legislators should be allowed to be add it the constitution, because everyone has a right to freedom of speech.
Section 2: Bill of Rights
  • The Country of 205 has a right to privacy
  • The Country of 205 has the right to a 15 minute break everyday, for how hard we work.
  • The Country of 205 has the right to blog for a least half of the morning, because what if something interesting were to happen?
  • The Country of 205 should have the right to schedule any day, such as a pajama day, crazy day etc. WITHOUT getting the entire school involved.
  • The Country of 205 should have the right to be free from King Skonecki.
Section 3: Bail and Fines
The judge or jury should have a say in what kind of punishment, fine etc the criminal may face. The jury is a big part in weather saying the criminal is innocent or guilty, so they should be able to determine what kind of punishment he or she receives. Although it would have to depend on how serious the crime they committed was.
Section 4: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens of Country 205 will be able to start voting at the at the age of 13.

Serina M.

Preamble
We the student of room 205, in Order to form a more perfect classroom, establish Justice, provide for the common defence, promote the power of freedom and speech, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and construct this constitution for the classroom of 205.

Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
8 people people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
Legislators will have to be nominated by the state(row) that they live(sit) in.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 3 Weeks years.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be I think that it doesn't matter if he/she is born in another country. The requirements to be a citizen is have been in the United States for 10 months. years old.

Section 5: Representation of States
Yes each state shall send the same number of legislators which is one. The other two legislators shall be chosen by the President from any row he/she chooses.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
I think that the legislators should ask their state if they feel the President is doing a poor job. Then they shall talk among themselves about what they feel.
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of Lollipop A Week per year.
Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 4 people legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The President should have something to do with making the laws because if he/she runs the country(classroom) he/she should decided how he/she would like to run it. He/she should be involved with thinking of laws and approving them.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
The president should be the President for 2 months. The limit that is placed on the number of terms is 3.
Section 2: Selection of the President
There will be a regular election until a winner is chosen and they meet the requirements in order to be the President. The runner with the most votes will be pronounced the winner.

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
As long as the president is doing a well done job they shall stay in office as the President, but once starts to do a poor job the president's term is over.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of Chocolate Bar A Week per year.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
I think that the people shall elect them. The Congress shall approve and disapprove and the President should vote on the final decision.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
A judge should be allowed to serve as long as he/she is doing a good job but once chosen and has received the job he/she may not quit and shall work his/her hardest and may not slack off and do a poor job.


ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime

Section 2: Changes and Ammendments to the Constitution
Changes and additions should be added to the Constitution if they are over looked by the President and Congress, but they must all vote on it and if half or more votes to approve the change or addition in the Constitution.
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters

Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
The state should be allowed to pass it's own laws but be able to speak to there legislator about how they feel about the law.
Section 5: Bill of Rights
Yes all people should have freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of press, the right to protest against decision of the government, the right to peacefully gather in groups, and protection from unreasonable searches because all those things mean everything to a person. It's their life and how they want to live it and it should not be taking away because of a selfish person who is rude and stuck up and thinks they can run everything.
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 13 years .

Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
I don't think each state should be allowed to declare war, make peace treaties, and coin money because most people aren't capable to handle doing all of this.



Cassidy C.

Type of Government: Federal Republic
How it's Modeled: The government should be modeled on the United States government.
Branches: Three branches; Legislative, Judicial, and Executive.
Preamble
We the Students of Room 205, in Order to form a more perfect Classroom, we must organize our freedom, justice, and liberty. We must also, establish a safer way to attend school, and protect our independence for us students and our hard work. We now will finalize this Constitution and a new government for the Classroom of 205.
Article 1: Legislative Branch

How Many Representatives/Senators: For this classroom, every two rows are assigned one Representatives to make a total of 3 Representatives. For Senators, there will be one per row for a total of 6 Senators.
Term: A new Representative is assigned every month. A Senator is elected every three weeks. Both Representatives and Senators can serve for more than one term. The people of the classroom will select and vote for the Representatives and Senators.
Qualifications:
1. A Representative has to be at least 13 years old.
2. A Representative has to be a citizen of Burdick for at least 3 months.
3. A Representative must have a GPA of 2.3 or higher.
4. A Representative can't have more than 5 days absent.
Duties: The duties of the legislative branch are to pass laws, collect taxes from students, and

Article 2: Executive Branch
Person/People in Charge: The classroom will have one president and one vice president.
Term: The President and Vice President will be elected every 2 months. A President can only serve for 2 terms. The students of Rm. 205 will elect and vote for the President. The President can then decide the Vice President.
Qualifications:
1. The President must be at least 13 years old.
2. The President must have attended Burdick for at least 5 months.
3. The President must have a GPA of 2.9 or higher.
4. The President can't have more than 3 absences.
(The same qualifications apply for Vice President too.)
Duties: The duty of the Executive Branch is to (of course) lead room 205, but not have full control. Also, the President can veto laws, in charge of anything to do with other classrooms, and to enforce laws.

Article 3: Judicial Branch
How many Judges: The classroom of Rm. 205, there will be one judge for every 5 people. The number of judges determines on how many people in Rm. 205.
Term: A new judge will be elected every month. Each month, the students will vote for the judges.
Qualifications:
1. Each Judge can be any age. Even little kids.
2. A Judge must attend Burdick for at least 1 week.
3. Each judge must at least have a 2.0 or higher.
4. A judge can't have more than 10 days absent.
Duties: The duties of the Judicial Branch is to define the Constitution, and make sure the students follow the Constitution.
Bill of Rights:
The students of Rm. 205 will have the right to;
1. Enjoyment
2. Equal Treatment
3. Speak our Minds
4. Privacy
5. Longer Break Time
6. Move Around
7. Being Happy
8. Not Being Teased
9. Self Defense
10. No Overlapping Projects

Caitlin C.

Preamble: We the students of room 205, in order to form a more perfect classroom, make this constitution secure our rights and take control over our classroom. Each student should have their own right to the pursuit of happiness, privacy, and much more. We do ordain and establish this Constitution for all the students of Room 205.
Article I: The Legislative Branch

Section 1: Number of Representatives... Five people make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives... The Representatives must have a 3.5 grade point average or higher.
Section 3: Term of Service... Legislators serve a term of 3 weeks.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship... In order to serve in the legislature, a person has to be a student of room 205 for at least 5 months.
Section 5: Impeachment of the President... In order for a president to be impeached 50% or more have to agree.
Section 6: Legislative Quoram... All of the legislators must vote in favor of a bill before it becomes law.
Section 7: Duties of the Legislative Branch... The legislative branch makes the laws.
Section 8: Involvement of the president in the making of laws... The president's job is approving the laws that he/she receives from the legislative branch.
ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term... The president can serve up to 3 years.
Section 2: Selection of the President... The President will be chosen by the Legislative branch and the people.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency... A person must be at least 13 years old to become president. They also must have been a student of room 205 for three months.
Section 4: Duties of the Executive Branch... The jobs for this branch is to approve laws.
ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges... The judges will be elected by the people, but approved by the president.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service... A judge will serve for 1 month and can't stay any longer than 3 years.
Section 3: Duties of the Judicial Branch... The jobs for this branch is to proofread the laws and hold trials.
ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: Changes and Ammendments to the Constitution... Changes can be allowed on the constitution, but only if they are approved by the President.

Section 2: Age of Voting Eligibility... Students are able to vote at the at the age of 12 or older.
Section 3: Bill of Rights
  • We want to have privacy from the teacher while we do our work.
  • We have the right to eat during class.
  • We have the right to do our own work at our own pace.
  • We have the right to listen to music as we please.
  • We have the right to be on email during class.
  • Longer break time.
  • Being able to get out of our seat


Joe O.

Preamble
We the students of room 205, in order to form a more perfect classroom, establish Justice, ensure Tranquility, garneted general welfare, and secure the Blessing of the Computer to ourselves. Our perfect society must form the Constitution for the Classroom of room 205.
Article 1

Section 1 3 people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2 The Legislators shall be selected by election.
Section 3 Legislators shall serve a term of 2 months.
Section 4 In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old. He/she must also be a 2 month resident in the classroom of 205.
Section 5 There shall be 2 legislatures in the classroom of room 205.
Section 6 The legislators are in charge of the legislative branch which make the laws.
Section 7 The legislators will get paid Kit Kat bar every month.
Article 2
Section 1 The President shall serve for 4 months.
Section 2 The President will be picked by vote by the people.
Section 3 The President will be paid 15 Starburst's every month.
Section 4 The President's job is to make sure that the classroom 205 is in good shape.
Section 5 The President is also in charge of the executive branch which approves the laws.
Section 6 In order to be a President you have do be a 2 month resident in room 205 and be 13 or older.
Article 3
Section 1 Judges will be elected by the people and shall serve every month.
Section 2 The judge shall serve as long as he/she wants.
Section 3 The judges are in charge of the judicial branch which interprets the laws.
Section 4 In order to be a judge you have to be a 3 month resident and be 13 or older.
Section 5 The judge will get paid a bag of M&M's a month
Article 4
Section 1 If he/she is accused of a crime, he/she will be put to court to find if he/she is innocent or guilty.
Section 2 Their shall be no additions to the constitution.
Section 3 The citizen of room 205 is able to vote at age 13.
Section 4 The government is to take the computer away when the person is playing games or not listening. They shall only get one warning.
Section 5 The classroom is not to declare war with the other classrooms. Only the President.

Antoinette H.
Type of Government: Federal Republic
Preamble
- In the course of events, we the people of 205, have found that the source of authority has not met the needs of the people accurately. Acquiring a proper education is next to impossible and the conditions are unbearable. We believe that we should separate ourselves and break all ties from the evil dictator. In order to protect our future generation and form a more perfect classroom, we establish justice, ensure equality, promote education to ourselves and our prosperity. Do ordain and establish this constitution of room 205.
Article I: The Legislative Branch
The legislative branch shall consist of the legislators. The legislators duties will be to make the laws and solve any problems within their state. The legislators represent their row so it is their job to make sure the president hears their thoughts.
Section 1: Number of Representatives
6 people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
The legislators shall be selected by vote.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 3 weeks
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be 13 years old ,they must be a citizen of room 205 and they must stay in the row they represent.
Section 5: Representation of States
Each row would vote for a legislator. Each row will be seen as a state so they would send 1 legislator.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
The legislators shall be able to impeach the president if they feel as if he or she has been doing a poor job. Three out of the six legislators have to agree.
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of Candy at the end of their service.
Section 8: Legislative Quorum
The sum of 5 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The president can suggest the laws but cannot make the laws and have them passed. The president will have to go through congress.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
The Executive Branch will include the president and the vice president. The job of the president will be to declare war, make treaties, speak for the classroom and pick the supreme court judges. The president shall lead the classroom in times of trials and tribulations.
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
The president shall serve a term of 1 full month. A president is limited to a term of 3 months.
Section 2: Selection of the President
The president shall be chosen by the entire room 205 ,by vote.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
The president must be at least 13 years old. The president must have went to this school for one full year. They also must have a 3.0 G.P.A .
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of In candy and free time per year.
ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
The Judicial branch consits of the supreme court judges. The requirements to be a supreme court judge will be to not have a dentition ,to have a 2.0 . The Judicial branch purpose is to , interpret the laws, decide upon fairness of rules, and make sure the laws are carried out.
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
The Judges shall be appointed by the President and the 6 legislators.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
A Judge will be allowed to serve as long as he or she wants
Bill of rights
  • Every student has the right to the freedom speech
  • Every student has the right to freedom to gather in groups
  • Every student has the right to override the government
  • Every student has the right to movement
  • Every student has the right to entertainment
  • Every student has the right to a good education
  • Every student has the right to chose the date of an assignment
  • Every student has the right to privacy
  • Every student has the right to equality
  • Every student has the right to self defence

Naomi S.

Preamble
We the Students of Room 205, in Order to form a more perfect classroom, promote the opinions of students, insure equal treatment, establish rules, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to the classroom of 205, establish this Constitution.
Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
6 people shall make the laws of this country, one from each state (row).
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
The representatives will be selected by the state, this way the state is responsible if any mistakes are made.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 1 month, and they can not serve more than one term.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person does not have to be born in our country. They just have to be a citizen in our country for more than 3 months.
Citizenship Requirements:
Section 5: Representation of States

Each state will have 1 Legislator to Congress. The person that will be sent from each state will be chosen by the state. This way the state is responsible.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
The people can impeach the President. If the people do not agree with what the President is doing they can impeach him/her.

Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of $.01 per month.
Section 8: Legislative Quorum
The sum of 5 out of the 6 Legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws

The president will be the main person to know about the law. Before any law is made, the president should know what the law is, and how it will affect our country.
Duties of the Legislative Branch

Make the laws for the country
ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
The President’s term will be 3 weeks and he/she can only serve twice.
Section 2: Selection of the President
The citizens of the country and their votes will choose the President.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
In order for a person to become a President they must be at least 13 years or older. The person running for President can be born in another country. They also must have a 2.5 GPA or higher.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of $.02 per month.
Duties of the Executive Branch

Passing the Laws
ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
The people should elect Judges. This way the people will be able to give their own opinion. In order to become a Judge you must have a 2.0 GPA or higher.
Section 2: Terms of Judicial Service
The Judge will serve a 2 week term, and he/she can serve more than one term as long as he/she is reelected.
Duties of the Judicial Branch

* Enforcing the Laws
ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Bill of Rights
  • The country of Classroom 205 will have the right to a 15 minute break every day.
  • The country of Classroom 205 will have the right to be free from King Skonecki.
  • The country of Classroom 205 will have the right to be treated equally.
  • The country of Classroom 205 will have the right to not get homework on weekends.
  • The country of Classroom 205 will have the right to speak freely.
  • The country of Classroom 205 will have the right to a free trial.
  • The country of Classroom 205 will have the right to special events.
  • The country of Classroom 205 will have the right to get books if we left them in our locker.
  • The country of Classroom 205 will have the right to have our own privacy.
  • The country of Classroom 205 will have the right to bring a snack in and eat it.

Jason B.

We the students, of Room 205, in order to perform up to standards, need to ensure a safe, yet free environment; we hereby establish this constitution for Room 205 of Burdick School.

Article I:
Section 1: A small group of people will be elected to make the laws for Room 205. That small group shall be named Congress.
Section 2: Any congressman shall have a term of three weeks.
Section 3: Any congressman must be at least 12 years of age, and must have been a citizen of Room 205 for at least three months.
Section 4: Each state will send one legislator to congress and those legislators will be elected by the citizens of Room 205.
Section 5: The legislators will have the right to impeach the president, if needed.

Article II:
Section 1: Any president’s term, shall be one month, or four weeks, whichever comes first. The President may serve only one term.
Section 2: the citizens of Room 205 shall elect the president.
Section 3: Any person must be at least 12 years of age to become president.
Section 4: The President shall have rule over the branches of government, all congressmen, and every citizen in Room 205.
Section 5: The Legislative branch shall have only one power, which is to propose laws to the Executive branch. The Executive branch will have the option to approve, or veto the proposed law.

Article III:
Section 1: the citizens of room 205 shall elect the court judges.
Section 2: The Court judge will be able to serve for six months at a time, or until no longer needed.
Section 3: The jury of the court will be randomly selected, by picking names from a container. Only names of the citizens that meet requirements will be added to the pick. The Any citizen with two or more official detentions shall not be allowed to be a juror. Any citizen can be a juror for more than one trial.
Section 4: Citizens that break the law; will have to go to trail. If they are found guilty, the judge can decide what punishment the citizen will get.

Bill of Rights
All citizens of Room 205 shall have these rights. If he/she has committed a crime, the judge will be able to take any one of these rights away.

• The citizens of Room 205 shall be entitled to at least one 5-minute break every day.
• The citizens of Room 205 have the right to proper nourishment.
• The citizens of Room 205 have the right to a fair trail.
• The citizens of Room 205 have the right to leave the room for five minutes, if they desire.
• The citizens of Room 205 have the right to sit wherever they feel they need to.
• The citizens of Room 205 have the right to no homework on Fridays.
• The citizens of Room 205 have the right to argue about a grade they get.
• The citizens of Room 205 have the right to do whatever they want during study hall, as long as they do not affect people that are trying to work.


Adam H

The Constitution of Room 205
Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
10 people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
By voting for someone when I say.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 4 years.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be in my country. years old.
Section 5: Representation of States
There are 2 legislators to Congress.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
Yes if the President is doing a poor job we should be able to (vote the President out of office.)
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of $33.00 per year.
Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 85% legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The president should be involved when there is something going wrong in the war and talk to our soldiers.
ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
The President should only serve as a President every 2 years. Yes There should be more than one President.
Section 2: Selection of the President
The same way where we vote for them.

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
To become a president you must be 30 and the president should be born in our country.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of $55.00 per year.
ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
elected by the people.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
If he/she is doing a good job they can serve as long as they want.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
a criminal must be put on trial in the state where the crime was committed.
Section 2: Changes and Ammendments to the Constitution
Additions be allowed to the constitution.
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
If trouble breaks out within a particular state, should the government, if asked by the state, send soldiers to end that trouble.
Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
If a state does not agree with parts of the constitution, should the state be able to pass its own laws.
Section 5: Bill of Rights
All People should have freedom of robberies.
Section 6: Double Jeopardy
If a person is put on trial and found innocent he/she should be put through trial again.
Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
The person should be put in jail no what.
Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
No the government can not take away a person's land for public. If the person paid a fair price.
Section 9: Bail and Fines
Yes the judge or jury can decide upon any amount of bail.
Section 10: Income Taxes
Yes the congress should have the right to pass laws.
Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 14 .

Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
Yes every state should be allowed to declare war.


Alex N.

We the students of Room 205, seek the blessings of life, liberty, justice, education, and the pursuit of happiness; recall the events of our past that have made us a free country, acknowledging our history:
1. First, graduating from 7th grade and becoming under the rule of King David
2. Secondly, establishing the Declaration of Independence
3. The establishment of this constitution
Recognizing the needs of the classroom, taking pride in our nation, committing ourselves to making it a better place, and reaffirming that the people of this country have equal right and freedoms. With god as our witness, we establish this constitution for Room 205.

Article 1

Section 1: There will be a group of seven people that will propose laws to this country. One representative for each state (row) and a supreme executive. The group is called the Cabinet.
Section 2: The duties of the Cabinet are to propose bills to this country as they see fit, vote on bills that are proposed, ensure the supreme executive does not become compromised or corrupt, and ensure that the judges do not become corrupt.
Section 3: Every three weeks there will be an election. Each Legislator will nominate one person he/she would like to be the next Legislator for his or her state. The people will also nominate a person that they would like to be the next Legislator. Then that state votes on which candidate will become the next or for their state. In cases of ties, the supreme executive will add their vote to the tallies.
Section 4:To become a Legislator, the candidate must have reached the age of thirteen or be older, have been in the classroom for at least two months, and have 2.5 gpa or higher.
Section 5: If the Legislator's believe that the supreme executive has been compromised or has been corrupted, then they have the power to impeach the supreme executive. To impeach the supreme executive, the Legislators will consult and vote on if they should impeach him/her. In cases of ties, the Legislators will pick one person from any state and they will be the deciding vote.
Section 6: If a new bill has been created, then the Legislators and supreme executive will vote of weather to pass the bill. The majority will pass the bill or deny the bill.

Article 2

Section 1: Every six weeks once the Legislators have been picked, the people will vote on an old Legislator from the last two terms to become the next supreme executive. In case of a tie, one citizen will be randomly selected to decide the vote. The supreme executive can have more than one term but not two in a row or more.
Section 2: To become the supreme Legislator, the candidate must be thirteen years of age, have been in the classroom for at least three months, and have a gap of 2.7 gpa or higher.
Section 3: The duties of the supreme executive are to lead the Cabinet, ensure the Legislators do not become compromised or corrupt, ensure the judges do not become corrupt, and be a public speaker.

Article 3

Section 1: Judges will be nominated by the Cabinet and voted for by the people. Elections will happen every time a judge becomes unable to do their job. (Death, old age, quit, etc.) Their duties are to enforce the laws and punish the people that commit those crimes.
Section 2: Criminals will be put on trial in which state they are from. If captured in a different state, they will be moved back to their home state to be put on trial.
Section 3: The duties of judges are to enure that the supreme executive does not become corrupt, ensure the Legislators do not become corrupt, to hold trials, and to interpret the laws.

Article 4

Section 1: Changes can be proposed by any member of the Legislative branch, and will be considered by the Cabinet. The change will be put in if 66% or more Legislators agree on putting it into the Constitution.
Section 2: If a state become out of hand and the state cannot fix itself, then the military will take over the state for a short time and start a rehabilitation process. Once the commander thinks the state is in control again, he will advise the Cabinet and they will vote on weather to take the army out or not.
Section 3: If a person is put up for trail and convicted, then new evidence shows up, the person may be put up on trial again if the judge and the jury agree on another trial.
Section 4: The government can only take another persons land if they have committed a felony or have agreed to have the land taken for a price.
Section 5: The judge can amount any bail and jail time, according to how serious the crime is.
Section 6: No, the government cannot put taxes on its people. To fund itself, it will have special machines that print money continuously only for the government.
Section 7: The voting age for any person in Room 205 is 13 years.
Section 8: Only the Cabinet can declare war, make treaties, etc.

Article 5: Bill of Rights

Section 1: Every person has the freedom of religion.
Section 2: Every person has the freedom of speech.
Section 3: Every person has the freedom of the press.
Section 4: Every person the has right to protest against decisions of the government.
Section 5: Every person has the right to peacefully gather in groups.
Section 6: Every person has the freedom of protection from unreasonable searches.

Ben R.

Preamble
We the people of class 205 in order to form a more perfect classroom establish Justice, insure peace, and provide for the common defense, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to Posterity and our self. We there for make this constitution before you.

Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of RepresentativesThere will be 7 Representatives, one for each state(row)
Section 2: Selection of RepresentativesThe Representatives will be picked by vote.
Section 3: Term of ServiceThe Legislator will serve a term of 2 and a half weeks.
Section 4: Age and CitizenshipIn order to serve in the legislature a person must be a citizen of 205 for at least 3 months, hey must be 13 years old, and must have a average G.P.A. of at least 2.7.
Section 5: Representation of StatesThere will be 6 Legislators for each state(row) and the Legislators will be picked by vote.
Section 6: Impeachment of the PresidentLegislators shall be able to impeach the President if they think he/she is doing a poor job and at least four out of the six legislators must agree.
Section 7: Salary of LegislatorsLegislators shall be paid a piece of candy every 2 days.
Section 8: Legislative QuorumIn order for a "bill" to be past at least 5 out out of the 6 legislators must agree for the law to be past.
Section 9: Involvement of the President in the making of LawsThe President can't make the laws or pass them but he/she can suggest them.

Article II: The Executive Branch
Section 1: The lengths and limits of PresidentThe President shall serve for a term of 2 months and he/she is limited to a term of 3 months.
Section 2: Selection of the PresidentThe selection of the president shall me chosen by vote from the class of 205.
Section 3: Eligibility for President1. The President must be over 13 years of age2. The President must have an average GPA of 3.0 or higher.3. The President must not have more then 3 absences during there term of office.4. The President must have been a citizen of 205 for at least 4 months
Section 4: President SalaryThe President shall be paid the freedom to skip to the front of the line during lunch time.

Article III: Judicial Branch
Section 1. Selection and Appointment of JudgesThe selections of Judges will be pointed out by the President. The President shall chose 14 Judges and we the people shall chose the top seven.
Section 2: Term of Judicial ServiceThe Judges are able to serve for 3 months and the proses of choosing judges will restart.

Alex C.


We the people of 205, in Order to create a more perfect class, Establish Justice, guarantee domestic peace, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, secure the blessing of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain to establish this constitution of 205.

Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
12 people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
The president must select all Legislator. There must be 2 Legislators from each state.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 1 month. After serving the person may try to get that seat back.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the Legislature, a person must be at least 13 and a member of 205 for the last month.
Section 5: Representation of States
Each state will have two legislators that are selected by the president.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
The legislators would need 60% of the vote to impeach the president.
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of nothing.
Section 8: Legislative Quoram
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The president may veto a law if he doesn't like it. Then revise it to what he pleases.
Section 10: Approving laws
In order for a law o become a law the Congress must have at least 60% of the vote and get the presidents approval.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
A presidents term should be 2 months, and he can only have 2 terms.
Section 2: Selection of the President
The president will be selected by a vote of all the states.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
in order to become president you must be 14 or higher.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of nothing.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
The president will select the judges, he may do appoint anyone he sees fit
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
The person who is selected as judge may serve as long as they can or as they want. If they feel someone is guilty he or she is.

Bill of rights
Freedom of Religion
Freedom of Speech
Freedom of Movement
Freedom to Gather


Cody F.
Preamble

The students of Room 205 hereby destroy all laws that were previously created and will create no laws in the future. Although we have no laws, we will keep a secure home front and assure the rights of all in Room 205.

Section 1
There shall be three separate sections in Room 205. Each section shall have 4 representatives. There will be two representatives from each row that inform the other sections how they are doing. In order to be a representative, you must have at least a 2.0 GPA, have no more than five days absent in the quarter, and have been in our classroom for at least two months. The representatives will be representing their row for one month and are able to be reelected for a second term by the people, if they choose they want to represent again. Their salary shall be whatever they deem appropriate.

Section 2
Since there will be no laws, no executive or judicial branches shall be established.

Amendments
The people of Room 205 have complete freedom that cannot be seized.

Richard C.

Preamble

We the students of room 205, in order to form a more perfect classroom, establish justice, promote the general warfare, insure domestic tranquility, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves, We establish this constitution for Room 205 of Burdick School.

The Constitution of Rm. 205

Article I: The Legislative Branch

Section 1: Number of Representatives

5 people shall make the laws of this country.

Section 2: Selection of Representatives The Congressman should be elected by vote instead of being chosen.

Section 3: Term of Service Legislators shall serve a term of 2 weeks .

Section 4: Age and Citizenship In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be They could be born in another country, but it would be nice if they were born in our country. years old.

Citizenship Requirements:

Section 5: Representation of States Each row should send 2 legislators the the congress. There will be a voting process to send legislators from each row.

Section 6: Impeachment of the President The legislators will be able to impeach the President if he is doing a bad job. At least 25 percent of the legislators must vote in favor of impeaching the President.

Section 7: Salary of Legislators Legislators shall be paid the sum of 1 Homework Pass per term.

Section 8: Legislative Quoram The sum of 3 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.

Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws The President has the duties of making laws. He also has other duties, like running the classroom.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term The President will be in term for about 2 and a half weeks. The President will only be able to serve 1 term.

Section 2: Selection of the President The President will be chosen by an election.

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency The President must be at least 13 years old.

Section 4: Presidential Salary The President shall be paid the sum of 3 Homework Passes per year.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges The judges should be selected by the Congress.

Section 2: Term of Judicial Service A judge can only serve 1 week, however if other citizens think he is doing a good job they can ask to re-elect he/she.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime The criminal shall be put on trial in the state where he was captured.



Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution No, changes should not be made to the constitution, it is already perfect.


Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters The state should be required to settle their own problems.

Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters No state should be able to pass laws that go against the constitution.

Section 5: Bill of Rights

  • All citizens should have the freedom of religion

  • All citizens should have the freedom of speech

  • All citizens should have freedom of the press

  • All citizens should have the right to protest against decisions of the government

  • All citizens should have the right to peacefully gather in groups

Section 6: Double Jeopardy No, the person can not be able to put on trial again if they were found guilty already.

Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination

No, a person on trial can not answer if the question might show they are guilty.

Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land Yes, the government can take away a persons land for public use.

Section 9: Bail and Fines

Section 10: Income Taxes

Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 13 .

Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties

No, each state should not be allowed to declare war, or coin money on its won. However, they are allowed to make peace treaties on their own.


John M​

Preamble: We the people of 205, in order to form a perfect classroom, establish rules, insure domestic trust,
promote our general tutoring, and secure blessings of liberty to ourselves and to our posterity
do ordain and establish this Constitution for the students of 205.
Article I: The Legislative Branch
Section 1: Number of Representatives
4 people shall make the laws of this country.Section 2: Selection of Representatives
Selection of representatives is 13 years old.And the must have 2.9 as GPASection 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 2 months years.Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the Legislature, a person must be 13 years old.Also they must have 3.1 as GPA.Citiznship Requirements:
Section 5: Representation of States
Each Row shall send a Legislator to the Congress.
Section 6: Impeachment of the President
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of Candy Bar per year.
Section 8: Legislative Quorum
4 Legislators shall vote in order for the "bill" to become law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
Yes the president should make the sign the laws.
ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
The Length ans limit of the president is 4 months.
Section 2: Selection of the President
Selection of President is age and GPA
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
Must be 13 to become the President.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of Candy per year.
ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH
Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
The Judicial can serve as long as he or she is doing a good job.
ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS
Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
No one can change the Constitution and Amendments because once the constitution is set you can't edit it anymore.
Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
We should have no military.
Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
Section 5: Bill of Rights
Section 6: Double Jeopardy
There well be no Double jeopardy in the class of 205.
Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
Yes there should not be any lies you must have to tell the truth.
Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
Section 9: Bail and Fines
No the president should say what the Bail and Fines.
Section 10: Income Taxes
Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 12 .
Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
I think it should be the president or the congress who shall declare war.

Joey Pikulik.

Preamble: We, Room 205, will form a perfect union, to insure justice, to have common defense, and to ensure the blessing of liberty and for our prosperity.

Article I:THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Seven people shall make the laws of room 205. These 7 people will make up the House Of Laws. Each row of the room will send one of these people. There will be one extra person the president sends of his choice. The way the rows send there person is by voting for who they want to represent them. Each person that is elected will be their representative for a elected month term. Each month a new representiative or the same depending on the votes, will be elected. The requirements of being eligible of being elected are you have to be good educated with a GPA over 3.0. You have to be a member of room 205 and does not matter how old you are. The way the "Bill" will become a law is over 50% of the representatives vote for the "Bill" to be a law. That means at least 4 members must vote for the "Bill" to become a law. The duties of being a representative will be:

  • Making the laws.

  • Explaining the laws

Article II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH The Executive Branch will consist of a President and a Vice President. The members of Room 205 will vote on their president. The president will choose their vice president. The president gets elected for one term at a time.You're allowed up to 4 terms then there has to be a new president. One term is 2 months.The President has to be a member of Room 205. The president also requires a 3.3 GPA or higher. The president can be impeached under horrible circumstances by the legislature. The duties of the President include:

  • Taking control of the room when there is no teacher

  • Passing laws

  • Picking and firing people for the supreme court

  • discipline naughty kids when needed

Article III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH The president will appoint the members he would like for the supreme court. The requirements are having a 2.8 GPA or higher, you have to be well behaved with no detentions or punishments for bad behavior. You must have a reputation for listening skills and problem solving skills. You can be at any age but you have to be a member of the room 205. Each member of the supreme court serve 2 months and every two months the current president would choose who he wants. The duties are:


  • Enforcing the laws

  • Coming up conclusion for cases

  • punishing violators of the law.

Bill Of Rights:

  • All members of room 205 have the right to great education

  • All members of room 205 have the right to good entertainment

  • All members of room 205 have the right to freedom of speech

  • All members of room 205 have the right to pursuit of happiness

  • All members of room 205 have the right to free time/breaks

  • All members of room 205 have the right to nourishment


Kiley S.

PREAMBLE
We the students of Room 205, in order to form a more perfect classroom, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty on ourselves and our prosperity, do establish this Constitution of Room 205.

Article 1: Legislative Branch

The Number of Representatives:
There will be six representatives. One for each row

Selection:
The representatives will be selected by the people in there row. The majority vote wins so if 5 of the 7 students in that row approve of the representative that will be there representatives.

Terms of Service:
The Representatives will serve for a 2 month period.
Qualifications:
They must be 13 years of age, have a GPA of at least a 2.0, and have to have been enrolled in Burdick School for the past three months.

Representation of Rows:
Each row can have one Representative that meets all of the qualifications stated in Section 4, and that has been elected by the process described in Section 2.

Impeachment of the President:
The President will be impeached if two out of three congress members agree, and the Supreme Court must find the President guilty.

Making of the Laws:
In order for a bill to become a law, 2/3 of congress and the President must agree that it will help the classroom.

Duties:
It shall be the duty of the Legislative Branch to make the laws. The Legislative Branch will, read over bills and determine whether or not they will pass, approve or deny the severity of each consequence the court issues.


Article 2: Executive Branch
Length and Limit of the Presidential Term:
Each President of Room 205 is entitled to 3 months in office, and is allowed to serve 2 terms.
Selection of the President:
The President of Room 205 will be elected by majority vote. Every single voice will be heard. Every student is entitled to one vote, and every vote shall be counted.
Qualifications:

In order for a student to become President of Room 205, they must have attained an age of at least thirteen years, have a GPA of 3.5 or higher, and have been an enrolled student of Room 205 for the past 3 months. It shall be the duty of the President to, pass or veto laws, make sure that there is tranquility throughout the classroom, and make sure the government is doing its job up to standards.


Article 3: Judicial Branch
Selection and Appointment of Judges:
Every member of the Supreme Court will be nominated by the President, and be approved by The Representatives. There will be 5 Justices.
Terms of Service:
Once they are a member of the Supreme Court, a judge is required to serve until the end of the year. The Judge will be dismissed if he has shown that he is not permitted or , if so they will be removed from the court system, and replaced by another nominated judge.
Duties of the Supreme Court:
It will be the duty of the Supreme Court justices to choose a consequence for each law that a student breaks, provide a trial for every case that is brought to the court, and enforce the laws.


Bill Of Rights.

All the students will have the:
  1. Freedom of religion.
  2. Freedom of press.
  3. Freedom of speech.
  4. The right to peacefully gather in groups.
  5. The right to be protected against decisions of the government.
  6. The right to have protection from searches without reason.
  7. The right to privacy.

Jamie W.

Preamble
We the Students of Room 205, in Order to form a more perfect class, establish equal rights, provide safety, promote the general knowledge, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish a more perfect Constitution for the classroom of 205.

Article 1: Legislative Branch
The legislative branch will consume of 3 representatives. They will be selected by majority vote.

Term:
You will serve your term for 2 weeks then you can quiet or get reelected for another 2 weeks but after 1 months your done.

Qualifications:
- The student must be over the age of 13.
- The student most also been a citified student of room 205 for at lest 2 months.
- The student most have a G.P.A. over 2.3.
- The student must have very good attendance not over 2
unexcused absences.
- The student must not have over 2 official detention.

Duties:
The representatives will make the laws, collect the money, and approve party's

Article 2: Executive Branch
President and the vice president is what makes up the Executive Branch.

Term:
You will stay in that position for a month. After a month you can quit or can get reelected for another month. You can only get reelected once.

Qualifications:
- The student must have been a citified student of room 205 for at lest 3 months.
- The student must be over the age of 13 and a half.
- The student must have no official detentions.
- The student
must have very good attendance not over 1 unexcused absences.
- The student must have a G.P.A. of 2.5 or higher.

Duties:
The president takes over rule of the room. The president also confirms the law. If the president is not here the vice president rightfully takes over till the president comes back.

Article 3: Judicial Branch
The jury will be consume of 3 people. There will always be 3 new people for each court date. You can be reelected.

Qualifications:
- The student must be 13 and older.
- The student must have a G.P.A. of 2.0.
- The student must have been a citified student of room 205 for at lest 1 month.
- The student
must not have over 1 official detention.
- The student must not have over 3 unexcused absences.

Duties:
They deal with the drama, fights, and other little things that need to be decide.




Hunter B
Article I: The Legislative Branch

Section 1: Number of Representatives
1 people shall make the laws of this country.

Section 2: Selection of Representatives
We will pick new legislators every month

Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 1 Month years.

Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be In order to become a legislator you must be at least 13 years of age and have been in this classroom for 3 months. Years old.

Citizenship Requirements:

Section 5: Representation of States
Each row will send 2 to 3 legislators to congress witch is decided by the

Section 6: Impeachment of the President
No the president will be given another chance or the vice president will step up and be the president.


Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of per year.

Section 8: Legislative Quorum
The sum of 8 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.

Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
The president will be able to help pass or look over the laws because he is the leader of the country.


ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
The president can serve two terms of 3 years each.

Section 2: Selection of the President
The people of East 205 should choose the president.

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
A person must be 13 years of age to run for presidents

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
The president should appoint the judges.

Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
IF he/she is doing a good job he/she can stay for 4 weeks at the most.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
The state he/she committed a crime. Why because he/she didn't do nothing wrong in that state.
Section 2: Changes and Amendments to the Constitution
No, what was said was said and laws aren’t made to be changed.

Olivia C.
Preamble: We the People of Room 205, in Order to form a more perfect union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence. promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for Room 205.

Article I: The Legislative Branch

Section 1:
Number of Representatives
6 people shall make the laws of this country.

Section 2: Selection of Representatives
They will be selected by the state of which they came from.

Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 1 month.

Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve as a Legislature, a person must be 26 or older years of age, they can be born in a different country, but must be a citizen of the country for more than 3 months.

Citizenship Requirements:

Section 5: Representation of States
They all send one legislator from each state (row).

Section 6: Impeachment of the President
No, they are not able to impeach the president.

Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of $.01 per year.

Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 85% legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.

Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of lawsYes, the president should be the one that knows everything about a law.

ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
They will be president for 1 month, and they can have the opportunity to be selected again.

Section 2: Selection of the President
The people will vote.

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
The person must be 13 years of age. They do not have to be a natural born citizen although they must be a citizen in Room 205 for more than 3 months.

Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of $.02 per year.

ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
Judges should be appointed by the president.

Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
The judge can only serve a term of 3 weeks.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
The criminal should be put on trial in the state were they committed the crime.

Section 2: Changes and Ammendments to the Constitution
No, people should not be able to change the constitution. They can add things though.

Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters
Yes, they can ask for people to send soldiers to help them.
Section 4: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
They should answer all the questions he/she will be asked.

Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 13 .

Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
Yes, each state is able to declare war, make peace treaties, and coin money.


Cody D
Preamble
We the students of room 205, in order to form a more perfect classroom, ensure justice, establish equality,
provide extra credit, and secure the blessings of learning to ourselves and our posterity do ordain and establish this Constitution of 205.

Article 1 The Legislative Branch

All legislative powers shall be given to the congress of 205. Congress shall be divided into two groups, the
Group of Agents and the Senators.
Each row shall consist of one Agent, and a new agent shall be picked every month.
In order to obtain this assignment, this he or she must be at least 13 years of age, must have been a citizen of
205 for 7 weeks, must be in the row they represent for 3 months, and he or she must have a 2.0 or higher.
The person shall be a representative for 4 weeks. These Agents are to to make rules for the government,
and to borrow candy on the credit of 205.
Every two rows will have of 1 Senator. These Senators shall stay in office for 5 weeks. No person
under
the age of 13 can be senator, and no person shall be a Senator without being a 205 citizen for 5 months.
A Senator must have a GPA of 2.0., and must have good attendance of no more than three days of unexcused
absences. The duty of the senators group is to approve impeached officials, and approve all treaties and
appointments made by the president.


Article 2 The Executive Branch

All executive powers shall be given to a President, a Vice President and an executive Cupboard. The president
will be chosen by the people, The President must be over 14 years of age, must have a 3.0 or higher,must
have been a 205 citizen for 6 months , and must have no detentions. In order to be a Vice President or part
of the Executive Cupboard, he/she must have a 2.7 or higher, must be a 205 citizen for 4 months, and must
have no detentions. The President shall remain in office for 2 months.
The Executive Cupboard shall consist of 3 members, the secretary of learning, the secretary of health, and the secretary of absence.
the Executive committee will have to run the classroom,take care of major problems,make treaties between enemies
of this classroom, enforce the law, and makes sure all kids learn, but also have fun.


Article 3 The Judicial Branch

All judicial power shall be given to a Court Justice, there shall be only one court which will determine the laws,
and takes care of cases in which students have committed crimes. There shall be 3 people in the court, the
leader and the other two. the leader takes care of major problems, and the other two take care of minor problems.
In order to be part of the court justice system he/she must be over 14 years of age, must have a 3.0 or higher, and
must have been a 205 citizen for 4 months. These court justices shall keep their positions for 5 weeks.

Kayla F.


Preamble
We the students of room 205, in order to form a more perfect class, establish justice, insure happiness, provide freedom of speech, promote privacy for each student, and secure person belongings, and establish this Constitution for the class of 205.

Article I: The Legislative Branch

Section 1: Number of Representatives
Up to 5 people. people shall make the laws of this country.

Section 2: Selection of Representatives
They will be chose by if they want the position then one by one up to the limit.

Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 4 Months years.

Section 4: Age and Citizenship
In order to serve in the legislature, a person must be Each student should have been a member of the class for 4 months. years old.

Citizenship Requirements:

Section 5: Representation of States
Each row will send one legislator to Congress. They must be chosen by vote.

Section 6: Impeachment of the President
No the legislator should not have that right.

Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of per year.

Section 8: Legislative Quoram
The sum of 2 Legislator legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.

Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
No the President must just follow the laws and restate them.



ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
The President should be in term for 1 year. The President should only serve 1 term.

Section 2: Selection of the President
The President should be chosen by vote.

Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
The President should be at least 13 years of age or older. He or she must have been part of the class for 3 months.

Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of per year.



ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
Judges should be chosen by the President, the Congress, and the people through vote.

Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
Judges will serve up to 5 weeks weather doing a good job or not.

ARTICLE IV: ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS

Section 1: The Extradition of Those Accused of a Crime
A criminal should be put on trial where he or she was arrested.

Section 2: Changes and Ammendments to the Constitution
Additions and changes to the Constitution should be allowed if the changes are reasonable ideas that everyone agrees on.

Section 3: Military Intervention in State Matters

Section 4: Ability of State to Disagree with Constitutional Matters
No state is allowed to pass a law that goes against the Consitution.

Section 5: Bill of Rights
All the people of each state have freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and the right to protest.

Section 6: Double Jeopardy
If a criminal is found innocent but more evidence is found on that case he or she should be put back on trial.

Section 7: Rights Regarding Self Incrimination
The person on trial should answer all the questions he or she is asked.

Section 8: Government Rights to Private Land
No the government should not have the power to take a person's land away for any purpose or under any circumstances.

Section 9: Bail and Fines
The judge and government are the only ones who are able to decide the amount of bail, any type of punishment, certain rules to be followed, and anything else that relates to the court.

Section 10: Income Taxes

Section 11: Age of Voting Eligibility
Citizens shall be able to vote at the at the age of 13 .

Section 12: Declaring War and Making Peace Treaties
Only the Congress should be allowed to declare war, make peace treaties, and coin money.

Cassie


Preamble
: We the people of room 205, in order to form a more perfect classroom, we must establish justice, protect ourselves from enemies and insure domestic tranquility, establish this Constitution of room 205.


ARTICLE I: THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Number of Representatives
11 people shall make the laws of this country.
Section 2: Selection of Representatives
The people would vote.
Section 3: Term of Service
Legislators shall serve a term of 2 months years.
Section 4: Age and Citizenship
No you don’t have to be born in the country. You must be at least 13 years old.

Citizenship Requirements:

Section 5: Representation of States

Section 6: Impeachment of the President
Yes they can impeach the president. There has to be 7/11 have to say yes to him being impeached.
Section 7: Salary of Legislators
Legislators shall be paid the sum of per year.
Section 8: Legislative Quorum
The sum of 6 legislators must vote in favor of a "bill" before it becomes law.
Section 9: Involvement of the president in the making of laws
No I do not think he should be involved with making the laws. He should be able to overlook the laws that the Legislators make up.


ARTICLE II: THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Section 1: Length and Limits of Presidential Term
He should be allowed to serve a term, which is one month. He can serve only 2 terms. The president cannot server both terms back to back.
Section 2: Selection of the President
The people will take a vote and if he gets more than half the votes he wins.
Section 3: Eligibility for Presidency
He has to be at least 13. He has to be born in the country.
Section 4: Presidential Salary
The President shall be paid the sum of per year.


ARTICLE III: THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

Section 1: Selection and Appointment of Judges
I think the people should appoint the judges. The President can pick 13 people and the people will pick the 9 judges they want.
Section 2: Term of Judicial Service
The judge is allowed to serve as long as he/she does not break more then 5 laws.