We couldn't have written out all of the people's rights because the people's rights should also be in the hands of the people and not just the government.
I'm James Madison.
The government shouldn't control all of the people's rights. We don't want another monarchy!
The Seventh Amendment gives those accused of a crime the Right to a Jury Trial in Civil Lawsuits.
The Tenth Amendment
Our state has rights!
We have rights!
The Eighth Amendment protects those who are found guilty of a crime from excessive fines and cruel and unusual punishment. This means that there won't be required excessive bails or excessive fines or any cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.
The Eleventh Amendment
The Ninth Amendment explains that not all of the people's rights are listed in the Constitution- they have other rights too.
The Twelth and Thirteenth Amendments
Did you hear? No more slavery or involuntary servitude.
The Tenth Amendment states that there are Rights reserved to states or people.
The Eleventh Amendment set limits on when a state is able to be sued. For example, due to this amendment, states can't be sued by foreigners not living in the state or out-of-state citizens.
You can't sue our state- you live in a different state!
The Twelth Amendment revised the presidential election procedures. Then, slavery and involuntary servitude were abolished by the Thirteenth Amendment.