We have the freedom of speech to protest for women's rights, and Congress can't stop us.
I am allowed to keep this gun up in my attic for when I go hunting.
No. There is no law that permits you to be allowed to forcefully live at my house!
We have to stay here because we are in the military.
Congress can’t make a law that goes against the freedom of speech and the press, the right for people to group up peacefully, like a protest, and petitions against the Government.
You cannot search my house without a warrant!
Because guns protect the states, the people of the U.S. have the right to keep guns.
You are accused of the same burglary that put you in jail.
I cannot be accused of the same burglary crime twice! I already served my time.
Soldiers aren’t allowed to forcefully live in citizen’s houses, in peacetime or war time, unless there is a law that says they can.
You are accused of the murder of Lilly Rose.
This is a fair trial.
I am the witness against you.
People always have the right to their property and themselves to not be searched without a warrant.
A person cannot be accused of the same crime twice, and when accused they don’t have to prove themselves guilty or innocent, they have the right to stay silent.
An accused person has the right to a trial with a non-biased judge, to know why he or she is accused and of what, to know who the witnesses are that are speaking against them, to have fair witnesses on their side, and to have competent legal representation.