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Amendments to the U.S. Constitution

1st Amendment "5 Freedoms" The Right to Freedom of : Religion; Speech; Assembly; Press; Petition
2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms
3rd Amendment Quartering of Soldiers
4th Amendment Right to be Free from Unreasonable Search & Seizure; must have- probable cause; search warrants; arrest warrants
5th Amendment Rights for the Accused-guarantees of grand jury indictment; rights against double jeopardy, self-incrimination; rights to due process; eminent domain
6th Amendment Right to a Fair & Speedy Trial: impartial public jury; habeas corpus; question witnesses against you; call witnesses on your behalf; right to an attorney
7th Amendment Right to Civil Trials-jury trial verdict cannot be overturned
8th Amendment Right against Cruel & Unusual Punishment; no excessive bail or fines
9th Amendment Unenumerated Rights of the People-you have more rights than numbered in the Constitution (there are many more rights than are listed; not listed does not mean right doesn't exist)
10th Amendment Powers Reserved to the States: protects states and the people from the Federal government-acts as a "checks and balances" on federal government
Created by: government12