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Bill of Rights Test

Bill of Right Test

QuestionAnswer
First Amendment Five Freedoms
Second Amendment Right to bear arms
Third Amendment No quartering of soldiers
Fourth Amendment Warrants and Searches
Fifth Amendment Accused cannot be tried for the same crime twice
Sixth Amendment Right to a trial with a lawyer in a criminal case
Seventh Amendment Right to a trial with a lawyer in a civil case
Eighth Amendment Protection from unreasonable bails and fines
Ninth Amendment Existence of other rights for the people
Tenth Amendment Power reserved to the states and people
What are our five freedoms? freedom of assembly, petition, press, religion, and speech
The US Constitution contains how many articles? 7
The US Constitution contains how many amendments? 27
Created by: DrVibes1