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  • Amendment 1
  • So what are going to do about this problem? I cannot believe half our dolls don't have eyes!
  • Good idea!
  • Maybe we should have another meeting, with the CEO's of the company and the workers making them!
  • Amendment 2
  • Putting our gun in a safe place, so the kids wont find it.
  • Whatcha doin' there honey?
  • Amendment 3
  • Hello I have been sent by the government to live in this household during the war that is going on.
  • I got no notification about this and this is against the constitution so I'm sorry you will have to leave.
  • Congress cannot stop Americans from protesting, getting together, or having freedom of speech.
  • Amendment 4
  • Excuse me mam i feel the need to pat you down, you seem suspicious.
  • Americans have the right to bear arms, and protect themselves.
  • Amendment 5
  • This is not fair! I am innocent, and have been proven innocent! They cannot charge me again!
  • Soldiers cannot live with a family, without permission from family, during war, or not during war.
  • Amendment 6
  • Your trial is in about 2 months, we thought it would be earlier. You are not going to be sitting in jail, your free to go untill your trial starts.
  • Government cannot come to your house and just look through your stuff without permission, or just randomly pat you down.
  • What?! No! You cannot just randomly pat me down, I have done nothing wrong!
  • If you are found innocent, you can't just have another trial to prove that you're not guilty, it’s final that your not guilty, or vice versa. You cannot be charged for the same crime.
  • Hello Mr. Smith, this is the government. Even though you have been found innocent on the murder of Samantha Park 15 years ago, we have found new evidence that it was you, and we will need you to be in court ASAP.
  • Government cannot just put you in jail while you are waiting for your trial. You have the right to be fully informed about what is going on, what people are saying against/with you, to have a lawyer, and to not be a witness.
  • Thank you! This is fair! I will be there.
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