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History Test 1/31/13

test yoself

1st Amendment freedom of religion, assembly, press, petition and speech.
2nd Amendment right to bear arms
3rd Amendment protection against quartering soldiers
4th Amendment protection against people searching your house without a warrant
5th Amendment protection against self-incrimination, "double-jeopardy", and charges without a jury
6th Amendment Right to a speedy trial by a jury not involved in the case
7th Amendment Right to a trial between 2 people, rather than between one person and government. (civil trial)
8th Amendment Protection from cruel and unusual punishment, or excessive bail fines.
9th Amendment you have rights that are not specifically stated in the constitution
10th Amendment All powers not given to the federal government are given to the states or the people
to approve a new amendment, how much approval of both houses is needed? two thirds
congress cannot pass laws requiring state religion
congress cannot stop your from practicing your religion
to be a citizen you be 18 and lived in the us for 5 years
Created by: melissaaa