Bill of Rights

Bill of Rights

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  • I vote yes!
  • Yes!
  • I vote yes, too.
  • There's more freedom here now!
  • Yes, all thanks to the first amendment.
  • I can now share my opinions freely because of the first amendment!
  • To amend the constitution, 2 out of 3 house and senate have to vote yes, 3 out of 4 state governments have to vote yes, 3 out of 4 special state conventions have to vote yes, and congressional convention called by 2 out of 3 of state governments have to vote yes.
  • I was searching for something in their house.
  • Hey, what are you doing?
  • You can't do that, you don't have a search warrant.
  • The first amendment is all about freedom. It's about freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, and freedom to peacefully assemble.
  • Wait, we can't take anything. It's part of a private property and we didn't pay for it.
  • Freedom of speech in the first amendment means that anyone can speak freely and express their thoughts and opinions without restraint.
  • Wait, didn't you get in trouble for this same thing already before?
  • Well, that would be double jeopardy so you shouldn't get in trouble for this again.
  • Yes, I did.
  • The fourth amendment is no searching without a search warrant.
  • Part of the fifth amendment is government cannot take private property without paying for it.
  • Another part of the fifth amendment is no double jeopardy which is the prosecution of a person twice for the same thing.
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