Bill of rights

Bill of rights
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  • The first amendment gives us freedom of religion, separation of church and state, freedom of speech freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and the right to petition the government to right a wrong. The second amendment gives us the right to bear arms
  • The government isn't running this country right!!!
  • The third amendment states that you don't have to house a soldier in your house unless legal procedures are followed. The fourth gives you the protection from unreasonable searches unless the police ave a warrant. 
  • Ma'am you need to house this soldier and feed her
  • NO!!!!
  • We need to search your house sir
  • The fifth amendment gives you the right to due process of law when accused of a crime; freedom from not being tried to the same crime twice and being forced to testify against yourself; 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 then the owner has the right to a fair compensation.
  • This is against the fifth amendment I didn't do it!
  • We're part of the jury
  • Amendment number six give you the right to a speedy, public, and fair trial, including the right to a lawyer when accused of a crime, the right to have the case heard by an impartial jury, the right to call witnesses and to confront witnesses against him/her
  • I'm here for my trial
  • We're part of the jury
  • The seventh amendment gives you the right to a trial by jury in civil cases involving claims of more than twenty dollars. The eighth amendment gives you the right to fair bail; and protection from excessive fines or cruel and unusual punishment.
  • I want bail!
  • Ok, you can also have a trial by jury
  • Amendment number nine gives us the right to do anything that is not outlawed in the constitution or your states. The tenth amendment is the same thing for your state; guarantees that if it isn't mentioned in the constitution the states has the right to do it, like you have the right to throw parties.
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