The bill of rights

The bill of rights

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  •  The first amendment are 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.
  • The second Amendment is the right to keep and bear arms.
  • The third amendment is the right not to be forced to put up soldiers in ones home in time of peace or in time of war unless legal procedures are followed
  • The fourth amendment is the freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures of self,home,paper and belongings; no issues of warrants for search and seizure without probable cause 
  •  The fifth amendment is the right to due process of law when accused of a crime; freedom from being tried for the same crime twice and being for, to testify against oneself; guarantee that one shall not be deprived for life, liberty, or property
  • The sixth amendment are 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 seventh  amendment is the right to a fair trial by jury in civil cases involving claims of more than $20
  • The eight amendment is The right to fair bail; protection from excessive fines or cruel and unusual punishment
  • The tenth amendment is the guarantee that powers not given to the United States by the Constitution or not prohibited from the states remain with the states or people.
  • The ninth amendment is the guarantee that the listing of rights in the amendment and other parts of the Constitution do not mean are the only rights people have.
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