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You've Got Rights

Review of the 10 Bill of Rights and Other Key Amendments

TopicAmendment
no unreasonable search and seizures 4th Amendment
the right to bear arms 2nd Amendment
bails, fines, and punishments must not be excessive 8th Amendment
any power not given in the Constitution to the Federal government is reserved for the states 10th Amendment
the right to a public and speedy trial 6th Amendment
you have the right to remain silent and not self incriminate yourself 5th Amendment
freedoms of religion, speech, and the press 1st Amendment
you don't have to quarter soldiers in your home during peace time 3rd Amendment
the right to trial by jury in civil cases over $20 7th Amendment
just because a right is not listed in the Constitution doesn't mean the people don't have that right 9th Amendment
changed the voting age from 21 to 18 26th Amendment
Abolished slavery in the United States 13th Amendment
Gave women the right to vote 19th Amendment
no double jeopardy 5th Amendment
If arrested, you have the right to remain silent 5th Amendment
no cruel or unusual punishment 8th Amendment
you have to have an attorney help you with your defense 6th Amendment
police must have a search warrant to enter your house 4th Amendment
Supreme Court case which requires law enforcement officials to read an detained or arrested person their 5th and 6th amendment rights Miranda v. Arizona
Supreme Court case which requires the state to provide a lawyer for anyone who can not afford one for their defense in a trial Gideon v. Wainwright
Supreme Court case which set guidelines for freedom of expression for students in a school setting Tinker v. Des Moines
wrote the Bill of Rights and most of the Constitution James Madison
gave African American males the right to vote 15th Amendment
no citizen can be denied life, liberty, or the pursuit of happiness without due process of the law 14th Amendment
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