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Bill Of Rights

First 10 amendments

AmendmentWhat it protects
1st freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, Petition.
2nd guarantees the right to serve in a state militia and to bear arms.
3rd that soldiers may NOT be housed in anyone's home.
4th protects us from unreasonable searches and seizures.
5th no one can be put on trial without first being indicted, or formally charger by a grand jury. NO DOUBLE JEOPARDY.
6th gives you the right to trial by jury.
7th you have the right to a trial by jury in a CIVIL case - that's a case dealing with money.
8th prohibits excessive bail or fines. Prohibits cruel and unusal punishment.
9th this is similar to the Necessary and Proper Clause, because it states that we have many other rights, even though they’re not written down.
10th powers not given to the national government are those powers of the states or the people. This amendment explains there are RESERVED powers.
Created by: Perkins24