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  • First Amendment
  • Can you not talk to me like that.
  • According to the Congress, we are allowed to say anything we want.
  • Second Amendment
  • Here you go sir.
  • Thanks. I can have this in public without breaking a law.
  • Third Amendment
  • Can I come inside your house please?
  • Yea sure.
  • The Congress made little laws about the freedom of speech, or the press, or the right of people to come together but had to sign a formal paper for the government. People have the right to say anything.
  • Fourth Amendment
  • I have been ordered to search your house. 
  • Sorry, you're not allowed to search my house.
  • The people in a free state are allowed to have guns with them without breaking a law.
  • Fifth Amendment
  • Sorry, I can't answer any questions you ask me.
  • Soldiers can’t go in any houses unless the owner says so or in if the soldiers are fighting war.
  • Sixth Amendment
  • Can I see my opponent's witnesses
  • OK, sure.
  • The people secured to the persons, houses, papers, and effects that don’t need searches for no reason, should not be disturbed.
  • No one should be put in a life or death situation twice for the same offence. No one can be a witness against himself.
  • Ok
  • A citizen is allowed to have a speedy and public trial by a fair judge and told the cause of the accusation. The citizen can come face to face with the witnesses against him. The citizen is required to collect witnesses to defend for him/her if they want to.
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