Amendment 2 says citizens have the right to bear arms.
Amendment 1 says that citizens have the freedom of religion, separation of church and state, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, right to petition the government to correct a wrong.
Amendment 3 says soldiers can not be put into one's home in a time of peace or war unless legal procedures are followed.
Amendment 4 states that citizens have freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures of self, home, papers and belongings without a warrant.
Amendement 5 says people have the right to due process of law when accused of a crime; freedom from being tried for the same crime twice and being forced to testify against oneself; guarantee that one shall not be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law; if private property is taken for public use, the owner has the right to fair compensation.
Amendment 6 states that citizens have the right to a speedy, public, and fair trial. They also have a right to a lawyer and to call witnesses to the stand.
Amendment 7 says that people have the right to trial by jury in most civil cases.
Amendment 8 states that people have the right to fair bail and protection from excessive fines and cruel punishments.
Amendment 9 says that citizens have a guarantee that the listing of rights in the Constitution and amendments do not mean those are the only rights Americans have.
Amendment 10 states that the powers not prohibited or listed remain with the states or the people.