The chart below lists individual rights of Americans. Note: this list is NOT exhaustive.Select ONE of the rights and corresponding cases from the list below. Follow the link for case of your choice in the righthand column to learn more about it. Then find the rest of the instructions under the chart.Individual right(Annotations from Senate.gov website)Location in ConstitutionReal World CaseEstablishes religious freedom by prohibiting the establishment of an official or exclusive church or sect.1st Amendmenthttps://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/supreme-court-sides-with-christian-baker-who-denied-cake-to-same-sex-couple (Links to an external site.)Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights CommissionFree speech and free press are protected, although they can be limited for reasons of defamation, obscenity, and certain forms of state censorship, especially during wartime.1st AmendmentSnyder v. PhelpsProtesting at military funerals (Links to an external site.)The freedom of assembly and petition also covers marching, picketing and pamphleteering.1st Amendmenthttps://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/supreme-court-voids-35-foot-abortion-clinic-buffer (Links to an external site.)McCullen v. CoakleyProtects an individuals’ right to possess firearms unconnected to any service in a militia.2nd Amendmenthttps://video.kqed.org/video/supreme-court-enforces-ban-on-straw-purchase-of-guns-1410213834/ (Links to an external site.)Abramski v. United StatesApplying to arrests and to searches of persons, homes, and other private places, this amendment requires a warrant, thereby placing a neutral party between the police and the citizen.4th Amendmenthttps://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/what-the-supreme-courts-cellphone-location-data-ruling-could-mean-for-your-digital-privacy (Links to an external site.)Carpenter v. United StatesWhen the government seizes property to use in the public interest, it must pay the owner fair value.5th Amendmenthttps://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/supreme-court-seems-divided-property-rights-dispute (Links to an external site.)Murr v. WisconsinNeither bail nor punishment for a crime are to be unreasonably severe.8th Amendmenthttps://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/law-jan-june05-death_penalty_03-01 (Links to an external site.)Roper v. SimmonsEstablishes that all citizens are entitled to “equal protection of the laws.”14th Amendmenthttps://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/must-employers-make-special-considerations-pregnant-workers (Links to an external site.)Young v. United Parcel ServiceINSTRUCTIONS:Now search for theactualrecord of this Supreme Court Case at https://www.oyez.org (Links to an external site.)1. Find and submit this information:a. Title of the caseb. Date of the casec. Petitioner and Respondentd. The outcome of the casee.Do you agree or disagree with the outcome of the case? Explain your answer.2. Search Oyez or google/search engine to find another SC case that also interprets a similar constitutional question. Briefly summarize that case, and say whether you believe there is a clear precedent established regarding cases having to do with this right or section of the Constitution.