Amendments

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  • In the Bill of Rights there are 10 Amendments.
  • For example, Amendment 1 is about freedom of religion.
  • The second amendment is about the right to keep and bear arms.
  • The third amendment is the right not to be forced to quarter soldiers in your house no matter in peace or war. 
  • Amendment 4 is about the freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures of self, home papers and belongings. No warrants means no search or seizure without a probable cause.
  • Amendment 6 is about the right to as speedy, public, and fair trial, including the right to a lawyer when accused of a crime, the right to have the case heard by an impartial jury, the right to call witnesses and confront the 
  • Amendment 5 is about the right to due process of law when accused of a crime, the freedom from being tried for the same crime twice, and being forced to testify against oneself.
  • Amendment 7 is about the right to a trial by jury in civil involving claims of more than 20 dollars. 
  • Amendment 8 is about the right to a fair bail, protection from excessive fines or cruel and unusual punishment.
  • Amendment 9 is about the guarantee that the listing of rights in the amendments and other part of the Constitution do not mean that these are the only rights people have.
  • And the last one is amendment 10. Amendment 10 guarantees that the powers not given to the united States by the Constitution or not prohibited from that states remain with the states or the people.  
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