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Bill of Rights

First Ten Amendments

Government cant favor one region over another. You can choose any religion to follow 1 Freedom of Religion
Limited;cant scream FIRE in a crowded theatre, cnat lie to someone 1 Freedom of Speech
can only print what is true 1 Freedom of Press
1 Freedom to Petion the Government for change
The right to have a gathering as long as it is peaceful. 1 Freedom to Peacefully Assemble
Gun ownership: This can and is limited 2 Right to Bare Arms
Can't hold soldiers on private property 3 Quartering of Soldiers
Protects yourself,property and documents. Police need a search warrant 4 Ureasonable searches and seizures
Cant be tried twice with the same crime 5 Double Jeoperdy
The government can not force you to tesify at your own trial Can be forced to be a witness against yourself
The government taking private property for the public use as long as they pay you a fair market value Eminent Domain
Government cant hold you in jail whi;e they build a case against you. Or have your trial behind closed doors. 6 Speedy and Public Trial
This gives us the right to present the case to a jury of our peers 7 Trial by Jury
No cruel or unsual punishment 8 No excessive bail for fines
Give the people more rights than there are in the Constitution 9 The people have more rights than listed
Rights that are not given to the Federal Government 10 Rights of the people and states
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