I knew I should have robbed his neighbor's house.
You can not enter my home without my permission.
I thought I could go into anyone's house because I am a soldier.
Congress can not shorten the law of the freedom to say or write whatever you want, to petition the government, and to protest peacefully.
The country will have a standing army all the time to keep everyone safe, and everyone should be able to have a weapon at all time.
Lets try to put Jake in jail for 10 years again for the same crime he committed 10 years ago.
If you are a soldier, in times of war or peace, you can not enter anyone's home without their consent.
Luckily, I am entitled to a speedy trial. Hopeful it will be over soon.
Everyone's houses, papers, and effects should all be kept private and not searched without consent or a legal warrant.
Well, you don't have a warrant, so you can't search it.
I am going to search you house for a missing cat!
You can not put someone to jail twice for the same crime committed and can not be considered a witness to put himself in jail.
Unfortunately, we can't because of the fifth amendment.
When there is a trial, every citizen has the right to make it fast and can choose their own witnesses that will make the case in favor of them, a jury that is unbiased, and to pick a lawyer to defend them.