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  • First Ammendment
  • I have the right to voice my opinion!
  • I have the right to voice my opinion!
  • I have the right to voice my opinion!
  • I have the right to voice my opinion!
  • I have the right to voice my opinion!
  • Second Ammendment
  • I own a gun, and I shall use it to keep myself and my family safe.
  • Third Ammendment
  • No soldiers allowed in our home.
  • The government cannot support any religion, prohibit any religion, limit the freedom of speech, limit freedom of the press, limit freedom of assembly, or limit freedom of petition.
  • Fourth Ammendment
  • People have the right to own a weapon and both states and people have the right to form a militia.
  • Fifth Ammendment
  • You can't try me for this charge! You already tried me and found me not guilty!
  • Soldiers cannot be quartered in a house without the homeowner's consent.
  • Sixth Ammendment
  • A person's home cannot be searched without a warrant authorized by a judge that states that there is probable cause that the homeowner has committed a crime, describes the place being searched, and the persons or things being seized.
  • Where is your warrant?
  • Where is your warrant?
  • If you are charged with a capital crime or an infamous crime, you have the right to a grand jury unless it arrises when you are in the army, the navy, or in a militia. You cannot be charged twice for the same crime. You cannot be forced to bear witness against yourself. You cannot be killed, imprisoned, paroled,have your freedom restricted, or have your property taken from you without the necessary legal process. Your property cannot be taken away from you for government usage without fair compensation.
  • You have the right to a speedy trial. You have the right to a public trial. Your trial must be by a jury that is not biased. You must be informed of the crime you are being accused of. You must be able to cross-examine the witnesses testifying against you. You have the right to bring your own witnesses to testify in your favor. You have the right to have a lawyer for your defense.
  • Where is my speedy trial?
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