Bill of Rights

Bill of Rights

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Describing the 10 amendments

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  • The Bill of Rights is made up of 10 amendments two of the amendments are 1.Freedom of religion, speech, press,assembly and petition. The 2nd amendment is the Rights of people to bear arms.
  • The Bill of Rights The Beginning
  • The 5th amendment is the right to notice of charges,protection from double jeopardy,testifying against oneself,and punishment without due process of law.The 6th amendment is the right to speedy trial by judy,to confront witnesses,to counsel.
  • The Bill of Rights
  • The 3rd amendment is that soldiers are not to be quartered in private homes.The 4th amendment is the right to be secure in their persons,houses,papers,ETC.
  • Explaining the 10 Amendents The Middle
  • The 7th amendment is the right to trial by jury. The 8th amendment is protection against excessive bail, and cruel and unusual punishment.
  • The 9th amendment is that that these rights are stated which mean people can not have other rights.The 10th amendment is powers are given to the U.S. Constitution reserved for states.
  • Explaining why the 10 amendents are here today and why they were made
  • These amendments are here today and made up because when people don't have rules or rights like these then everyone would think that they could do anything they wanted.
  • The Bill of Rights is made up of 10 Amendents
  • Explaining what the 10 amendments is where all the amendments are put into order.
  • The End
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