This is a free country! I can say whatever I want, whenever I want. The government can't stop me from practicing my religion! This is the best!
Hey, you, right next to me. I heard the First Amendment has the right for you to make peaceful demonstrations against the government. How about we do that in protest of the new bill? I am so happy that that is one of our rights. LET'S GO!!
The Second Amendment
We have the right to keep and bear arms!!! We must have a standing, perfect Militia to against the cruel people! It's apart of the government. How do you not know this?!
What is your problem? Just get back to work and we can discuss that later!
The Third Amendment
I have the right to be in your house if I get permission from you! Just please give me a bed in your home for now, and I'll leave if my commander tells me to.
GET OUT OF MY HOUSE YOU SICK FREAK! You don't have a right to be here. BYE BYE! Or If you don't leave, I will call the police!
The First Amendment has it illegal to make a law to establish a religion. The people of the U.S. have the right to freedom of speech, and can say whatever they want. It is also illegal to stop people from practicing their religion and to stop the press from printing what they want. It also illegal to stop people from exercising their rights to peacefully demonstrate against the government.
The Fourth Amendment
If you are going to search my house, you must have a good reason to do so. If you don't I won't allow you to come into my home! Why are you even searching my house?! There's nothing to see here.
The Second Amendment, also called Amendment II, of the United States Constitution says that people have the right to keep and bear arms. The people also have the right to have a standing Militia.
The Fifth Amendment
I stand here before the Court. Now, you will have a fair trial and we will protect you until further notice. You've been accused of robbery, and murder, is that correct? I will also respect your legal rights during this process. Now, please speak.
The Third Amendment, also called Amendment III, of the United States in which it prohibits soldiers from temporarily residing in private homes. This applies to during the peacetime and they can’t reside without getting the permission and consent of the owner. However, the only time when it is legal is during wartime. Still, even if they want to, they have to still follow the law.
The Sixth Amendment
Standing in front of me is the accuser and the witnesses. You have a fair trial without an unnecessary delay, and a fair jury. Now, the defendant please speak.
The Fourth Amendment, also called the Amendment IV, is apart of the Bill of Rights which states that people cannot be searched or having their things taken away without a good reason. It also states that if in fact the government wants to do that (or any law enforcement) they must have reasons to do so.
Ma'am, I have to search your house because you've been accused of murdering someone. Now, I must enter.
The Fifth Amendment, also called Amendment V of the United States Constitution, is the section where it protects people from being held for committing a crime unless you have been indicted correctly by the police. In this Amendment is where there is the guarantee of due process. This means that the state and the country have to respect your legal rights.
Thank you for respecting my legal rights. I will go ahead and start speaking.
The Sixth Amendment, also called Amendment VI, is the section that for citizens, they are guaranteed a speedy trial (a public one without unnecessary delay) and a fair jury. The people also have the right to know who your accusers are and the nature of the charges and evidence against you. They also have an attorney if the accused person wants one and the chance to confront the witnesses who is accusing the defendant of a crime.
Thank you judge. Yes, no it's time for me speak. I am grateful that I have all these rights so I can be happier.