part one for project

Updated: 2/20/2019
part one for project

Storyboard Text

  • The Second amendment protects the rights of citizens to "bear arms" which basically means to own weapons, such as as guns.
  • The Bill Of Rights
  • the Bill Of rights was actualy very simmilar to the documen James Madison showed us during the first congress.
  • The Fourth Amendment protects people from illegal searches and seizures. Which means that the police can't search you or your house without a warrant or potential cause.
  • James Madison's original first ammendment stopped congresses from making laws that accepted a states religion. James ammendment also prohibited congress from violating peoples rights so they can express their religious beleifs
  • The bill of rights did insure certain freedoms and rights to the American citizens.
  • YAY!
  • American government
  • But did take away some of the governments power
  • American citizens
  • ...Dangit...
  • The bill of Rights gave American citizens freedom of religion speech, religion assembly and much more Most representative's refused to sighn the constitution without the bill of rights , in 1789 only 10 of the amendments were passed and made part of the constitution , which later will be known as the Bill of Rights
  • The First Amendment protects many basic freedoms in the United States which include freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to assemble, and the right to petition the government.
  • The Third Amendment states that American citizens have the right to decide if soldiers have permission to live in their homes.
  • The Fifth Amendment gives many different protections to somebody that is accused of committing a crime. It states that a person can not be charged with a crime unless they were formally charged by a grand jury.
  • The Sixth Amendment guaranteed a speedy trial by a jury of someones peers, also people charged with the crime are allowed to confront the whiteness. The Ammendment also provides the accused the rights to push testimony from whiteness and a lawyer
  • The seventh Amendment supplied the civil case to be tried by jury.