Anyone can say anything as long as it isn’t a threat, and congress can’t make any laws that violate that right.
No one can search me, or my belongings. Come back with a warrent.
Let me search you!
The right to own a weapon
I plead the 5th!
No military person can stay in a citizens house without the owner's consent.
*Yawns* I have to get ready for jury duty.
No one can search you, your belongings, or your document records. Effectively giving you the right to privacy.
You can’t be tried for the exact same crime twice. You cannot be forced to testify if you don’t want to. You don't have to say anything that might prove you guilty. (You have the right to remain silent)
Every citizen has the right to be judged by a jury in a court of law after hearing the prosecution and the defense.