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Amendment 1 Freedom of speech, religion, press, and to peaceably assemble.
Amendment 2 The security of free state, right to bear arms.
Amendment 3 No housing soldiers
Amendment 4 Secure in their persons, houses, and papers. No unreasonable searches, police must get a warrant to search a house.
Amendment 5 You can't be put on trial for the same crime twice. No private property may be used by the government without permission.
Amendment 6 You have a right to a fair and speedy trial, and you don't have to be put as a witness against yourself.
Amendment 7 You are allowed to sue someone freely, with reasonability
Amendment 8 Your bail out of jail will depend on your crime, no curl or unusual punishment
Amendment 9 Nothing may be used in the Constitution to pull away rights
Amendment 10 Congress's power is limited, but is supreme to all other laws
Amendment 13 No slavery in the US
Amendment 14 All rights go to the naturalized citizens as well
Amendment 15 All people are to be treated equally under the law no matter, race, sex, or relign.
Amendment 19 Women get the right to vote
Amendment 26 You may vote at the age of 18, you are allowed to vote if you are a citizen no matter your race or sex.