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Bill o Rights Runyan

First ten amendments to the US Constitution - Mr. Runyan, DHS

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First Amendment Freedom of speech, religion, press, and peaceful assembly.
Second Amendment Guarantees the right to bear arms (guns).
Third Amendment Protection against the quartering of soldiers in private homes.
Fourth Amendment Protection against search and seizure.
Fifth Amendment Protection against incriminating yourself, and against "Double Jeopardy" (being tried for the same crime multiple times. You are innocent until proven guilty.
Sixth Amendment Right to speedy and public trial (including having a lawyer provided to you).
Seventh Amendment Right to a trial by jury in civil cases.
Eighth Amendment Protection against cruel and unusual punishments.
Ninth Amendment Guarantees some rights that are not listed (for example, the right to privacy).
Tenth Amendment Powers not specifically given to the federal government or prohibited by the states are reserved to the states (this is the idea of federalism).
Created by: Mr. O'Dell