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Bill of Rights

Amendments 1-10

first amendment your rigts *freedom of speech *freedom of religion *freedom of press *freedom of assembly * freedom of petition
second amendment right to bare arms you have the right to bare arms
third amendment No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law no soldier shall be housed with you without your consent
forth amendment the right of people to be secured in there house the people have right to privacy.
fifth amendment no double jeopardy of property process of law no self incrimination if government takes your property it has to be for public reasons they cant trial you twice for the same crime the goverment taakes your property they must be for the public reasons, you dont have to defent your self in court.
sixth amendment they have a right to a speedy trial criminal trial held after minimal delay
seventh amendment
eight amendmant no crule and unusual punishment
ninth amendmant
tenth amendment
Created by: 18natb73