Why can't you all just be quiet? No one wants to hear any of your opinions!
No! We will not be quiet because we have the right to speak and protest freely!
I'm not handing anything over because I'm legally allowed to keep and own this gun!
Why in the world do you have a gun in your home? You better get rid of it before anyone else sees it!
No! I did not give you the approval to live in my home! You are not allowed in!
Let me in! I'm a soldier and I demand that you give me a place to stay!
The First Amendment protects the freedom of religion, the freedom of speech, the freedom of the press, the freedom of assembly, and the freedom to petition.
The Second Amendment protects the right of states to maintain a militia and the right for people to keep and bear arms, or weapons.
The Third Amendment prohibits soldiers from temporarily residing in private homes without the owner’s consent or permission during peacetime or wartime.
The Fourth Amendment protects the people from any unreasonable searches and seizures. Search warrants must be judicially sanctioned and supported by a probable cause.
You better let me in to search your house or you'll be under arrest!
No, I won't! I refuse to let you in if you don't have a warrant and if you try to force your way in, I'll have you arrested!
The Fifth Amendment imposes restrictions on the government’s prosecution of people accused of crimes and orders due process of law. It prohibits double jeopardy, the prosecution of a person twice for the same offense, and self-incrimination, where the accused is coerced or forced to testify against oneself.
You can't threaten me like that! It's illegal to make me testify against myself!
You better say you are guilty or else you will regret it!
The Sixth Amendment gives people the right to a speedy trial, an impartial jury, an attorney if the accused requests one, and the chance to confront the witnesses accusing the defendant of the crime.
You will be allowed a quick trial, an attorney if requested, and an unbiased jury.