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Bill of Rights

TermDefinition
freedom of religion 1st Amendment
the right to form a militia and to keep and bear arms 2nd Amendment
the right not to have soldiers in one's house 3rd Amendment
protection against unreasonable search and seizure 4th Amendment
no one can be tried for a serious crime unless accused by a grand jury 5th Amendment
freedom of speech and the press 1st Amendment
the right to assemble 1st Amendment
the right to petition government 1st Amendment
no one can be forced to testify against herself or himself 5th Amendment
no one can be punished without due process of law 5th Amendment
people must be paid for property taken 5th Amendment
people have a right to a speedy trial, to legal counsel, and to confront their accusers 6th Amendment
people have the right to a jury trial in civil suits exceeding $20 7th Amendment
protection against excessive bail, stiff fines, and cruel or unusual punishment 8th Amendment
the amendment that protects other rights not listed in the Constitution 9th Amendment
any power not listed in the Constitution should be left up to the states or the people 10th Amendment
Created by: ncb