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Bill of Rights

First Ten Amendments

Amendment 1 Freedom of Religion
Amendment 1 Freedom of Speech
Amendment 1 Freedom of Press
Amendment 1 Freedom of Peacefully Assemble
Amendment 1 Freedom to Petition Government
Amendment 2 Right to Bear Arms
Amendment 3 Quartering of Soldiers
Amendment 4 Unreasonable Searches and Seizures
Amendment 5 Double Jeopardy
Amendment 5 Can't be forced to be a Witness against yourself
Amendment 5 Government taking private property for public use, as long as they get payed what they should
Amendment 6 That the government can't hold you in jail while they build a case against you
Amendment 6 The right to know what you are under arrest for
Amendment 6 The right to call your own lawyer, or witness
Amendment 7 The right to present case to a jury of our peers
Amendment 8 Allows you to get out of jail until you see another judge Fees of the type of punishment
Amendment 8 No cruel or unusual punishment
Amendment 9 People have more rights than are listed
Amendment 10 The people have any rights that the Federal Government doesn't have
Created by: 18MillerG