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bill of rights

amendments 1-10 protecting the rights

1st amendment protects: Freedom of speech, religion, press,assembly, and petition of government
2nd amendment protects: Right to bear arms
3rd amendment protects: Quartering to soldiers
4th amendment protects: Right to privacy
5th amendment protects: Rights of the accused ( rights given when you are arrested ),due process of law no self incrimination ,no double jeopardy ,and government taking property
6th amendment protects: 2nd part of the 5th amendment ( right to a free trial )
7th amendment protects: Right to a jury trial
8th amendment protects: No cruel and unusual punishment
9th amendment protects: From having our rights taken away
10th amendment protects: Additional states to pass laws ( states can pass laws for their states )
Created by: 18hann98