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Bill of Rights

1st amendment Protects freedom of speech,right to petition the government,freedom of religion, Freedom of press, Freedom of assembly
2nd amendment Protects the right to bear arms
3rd amendment Protects the right to say you will not house soldiers
4th amendment protects the right to privacy
5th amendment Protects the right to not get tried twice for the same crime
6th amendment Protects the right to public trial
7th amendment protects the right to a jury trial
8th amendment protects against cruel and unusual punishment
9th amendment People have additional rights then the ones in the constitution
10th amendment states can pass additional laws and amendments
Created by: 18angg30