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bill of rights

10 amendments

TermDefinition
1st amendment freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom to assembly, freedom to religion and the freedom to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
2nd amendment the right to bear arm
3rd amendment the right to have privacy, prevents the government from placing troops in private homes. This was a real problem during the American Revolutionary War.
4th amendment this amendment prevents the government from unreasonable search. It requires the government to have a warrant that was issued by a judge and based on probable cause.
5th amendment Rights of people accused of crimes
6th amendment Right to trial by jury in criminal cases
7th amendment Right to trial by jury in civil cases
8th amendment forbids excessive bail and cruel or unusual punishment
9th amendment People's rights are not limited to those listed in the Constitution
10th amendment States or people have all powers not denied or given to federal government by the Constitution
Created by: carina calderon