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Amendments

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1st Amendment freedom of speech, press, and religion right to a peaceful assembly right to petition the government
2nd Amendment right to bear arms
3rd Amendment no quartering of troops in homes except during a time of war
4th Amendment protects against unreasonable searches and seizures
5th Amendment grand jury indictment in capital crimes no double jeopardy (cant be tried twice for the same crime) no self-incrimination guaranteed due process (fair treatment) iminent domain
6th Amendment entitled to a speedy and public trial by a jury of peers right to know the charges against you right to an attorney right to have witnesses on your behalf right to question witnesses against you
7th Amendment entitled to a trial jury in civil cases involving $20 or more
8th Amendment no excessive bail no cruel and unusual punishment
9th Amendment citizens have rights that aren't explicitly stated in the constitution ex: right to privacy
10th Amendment reserved powers-powers not given to the U.S in the constitution, nor prohibited by it, are reserved to the states
Created by: dcarpten9296