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6. Right to a speedy and public trial. 7. Right to not be tried twice for the same crime (Double Jeopardy). 8. No excessive bail, fines, no cruel and unusual punishment. 9. You are only free to the extent that you do not infringe on another's freedom. 10. Powers not given to the US in the Constitution or Prohibited by the States are reserved to the States, or people.
Now that you have seen the principles that have founded our country, you can start to see these ideas in our everyday life. Just be thankful that you have the opportunity to live in a free country that was based on good principles!
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