The first amendment gives the freedom for people to rally against the government, as long as they are peaceful. They also make laws for the freedom of speech and the freedom to express how they feel.
I have the right to have privacy in my own house!
I´m sorry ma´am..!
In the second amendment, a member of the militia has the freedom to own arms, as long as it is for the security of a free state.
Okay, you may go.
I refuse to testify against myself. Besides, I was already trialed for this crime!
In the third amendment, a soldier cannot be quartered in a house without the permission of the owner whether in peaceful times or in time of war. That is, unless congress passes a law.
The fourth amendment gives the right to be safe and unviolated in the comfort of their own houses, or in any of their personal belongings.
The fifth amendment gives the right to not be trialed for the same crime more than once. This amendment also gives you the freedom of not testifying against yourself.
The sixth amendment gives you the right to a trial and to know what they are being accused of. They are allowed to be asked questions and such from the witnesses from the other side and vice versa. They can also use the Assistance of Counsel for defence.