The Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights
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  • Amendment II: The right to keep and bear arms (weapons, not literal arms!)
  • Amendment I: The freedom to believe what you want, separation of the church form the government, freedom to say what you want, freedom to publish what you want, freedom to gather however you want, and the right to protest to the government in order to fix something.
  • Amendment III: The right to not be forced by the government to house soldiers.
  • Hey! The 4th amendment states that you can't search my home without a warrant!
  • Amendment V: Right to the due process of law when accused of a crime, freedom from double jeopardy, the right to remain silent, guarantee that one won't lose their life, liberty, or property without due process of law, if private property is taken for public use, the owner has the right to fair compensation.
  • Amendment VI: Right to a speedy, public, and fair trial, including the right to a lawyer when accused of a crime, the right to have a case heard by a jury, the right to call and confront witnesses against him/her.
  • Amendment VII: Right to a trial by jury in civil cases involving claims of more than $20. Amendment VIII: Right to fair bail, protection from excessive fines or cruel and unusual punishment.
  • Amendment IX: Guarantee that you have the right to do anything not listed in the Constitution that is not prohibited in the Constitution.
  • Did you know that Amendment X does the same thing Amendment IX does, but for the state governments?
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