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Sixth amendment More rights to the accuse:be told what your being charged from,a speedy trial they can't make you witness on your behalf
First amendment Freedom of speech,religion,assembly,press and right to petition. While done peacefully
Second amendment Right to be armed.Different states different certain terms
Eight amendment Protects you from cruel punishment punishment has to be justly according to crime
Fifth amendment All the rights of the accused protect you fro double jeopardy.giev you a right to go on front of a jury,the government cannot take your life,liberty or property without reasonable cause or without good pay
Third amendment . Government can't force you to house a soldier during war or piece of time
Fourth amendment Protects you by not giving anybody the right to search your things without your consent unless they have a warrant or a reasonable cause.
Seventh amendment Rights to jury trial
Created by: OktoberCutie