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Bill of Rights

First 10 Amendments

Freedom of Religion. Freedom of Speech. Freedom of Press. Freedom of peacefully Assemble. Freedom of petion the government for change. 1
Right to bear arms. 2
No Quartering of Soldiers. 3
Unreasonable searches and seizures. 4
Double Jeopardy. Can't be forced to be a witness against yourself. Eminent Domain. The government taking private property for the public use as long as they pay you a fair market value. 5
Speedy trial. The government can not hold you in jail while they build a case against you. Informed of the charges. Police must inform you why you are being arrested. Right to a lawyer. 6
Trial by Jury. This gives us the right to present the case to a jury of our peers. 7
No excessive bail or fines. Bail- money paid to get out of jail till you go to court Fines- monetary punishment. No cruel or unusual punishment. 8
People have more rights than are listed. Gives the people more rights than are listed in the constitution. Freedom of choice is an example. 9
Rights that are not given to the federal government are given to the state governments. 10
Created by: 18GordonD