10 Amendments Storyboard

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  • "Freedom of Speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition." Allow citiznes to have the right to say or write our opinions and worship how they desire.
  • The second amendment is "Right to bear arms" which gives the citizen have the right to own a gun to defend themselves and the government.
  • We come here to be quartered.
  • No, not anymore.
  • The third statement is "Quartering of soldiers" which let citizens have the right to have their home for themselves. In other words, we can't be forced to keep soldiers in our homes during peacetime.
  • Excuse me? Thanks to the 4th amendment I can't be forced to let you in without a reason.
  • The 4th amendment is "arrests and searches" which let citizens have the right to be protected from illegal searches and seizure. In other words, police need a reason to search your property or you.
  • You can't arrest me?!
  • "Rights of person accused of crime is the 5th amendment. Citizens cannot be forced to admit they're guilty and cannot be tried for the same crime twice.
  • The 6th amendment is the "Rughts of Persons on trial for crimes which gave the people the right to speedy trial and the right to travel by jury.
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