According to the third amendment, I have the right to refuse to quarter troops
I choose to be quartered here and you can not say no.
The right to make a complaint to, or seek the assistance of, one's government, without fear of punishment or reprisals, is ensured by the First Amendment.
Some argue that it protects the right of people to own guns only if they are part of an organized militia. Others believe that the second amendment protects the right of individuals to own weapons for their own self-defense,
Third Amendment gives Americans the right to refuse such requests of troops being quartered at home.
The Fourth amendment protects people and their belongings from "unreasonable searches and seizures." The judge issues a warrant that says exactly who will be arrested or what will be searched.
Fifth amendment gives people who are accused of serious crimes the right to a grand jury hearing. The amendment protects citizens from "double jeopardy." The amendment prohibits self-incrimination. A person cannot be "deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process. The government cannot take someone's private property for public use "without just compensation."
The sixth amendment gives the right to a speedy trial. An accused person also has the right to be judged by a jury of people who live in his or her area. The jury must be impartial. A defendant also has the right to hear and question all witnesses who testify at the trial. A defendant has the right to hear and question all witnesses who testify at the trial.