U.S. Connstitution

U.S. Connstitution

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  • U.S. Constitution by: Janet Aviles
  • The Declaration of Independence was a written document and that was on signed July 4th, 1776. 
  • Bill of Rights
  • 1st Amendment: Freedom of Speech 
  • 3rd Amendment : Housing of Soldiers
  • 5th Amendment:Rights to Life,Liberty & Property
  • 7th Amendment: Rights in Civil Cases
  • 9th Amendment: Rights kept by the people
  • 8th Amendment: Excessive Bail
  • 2nd Amendment: Right to Bear Arms
  • 10th Amendment: Powers kept by Sates & the people.
  • 4th Amendment: Search & Seizures
  • 6th Amendment:Rights to Accused Persons in Criminal Cases
  • Articles of Confederation
  • The Declaration of Independence was signed by Thomas Jefferson announcing that the 13 american colonies from Great Britain.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
  • Constitutional Convention 
  • The Bill of Rights were the first 10 amendments in the U.S. Constitution for freedom rights.    
  • Three Branches of Government 
  • Judicial: appropriate to a court or judge.
  • Separation of Powers 
  • The Three Branches of Government were made up by the federal government and each branch has there own power and responsibility and the government protect the rights of citizen's.  
  • Executive: having the power to put plans, actions, or laws into effect.
  • Legislative: having the power to make laws.
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