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bill of rights

amendments 1-10

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1st amendment ritgh to expression (speech, religion, assembly, press)
2nd amendment right to bear arms
3rd amendment no soldier shall be quartered in any house without the consent of the owners
4th amendment no unreasonable searches
5th amendment right to a fair trial, a person cannot be tried twice for the same crime, the cannot take property for public good without paying the owner what its worth
6th amendment speedy public trial, be told what he/she is being accused of doing wrong, face the people accusing he/she, call witnesses to speak on their behalf, right to a jury
7th amendment when a case exceeds a money limit, the verdict must be delivered through a jury
8th amendment no cruel or unuasl punishments
9th amendment the people have motre rights than listed
10th amendment states may pass additional laws
Created by: S-Hughes