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Bill of Rights

Amendments 1-10

TermDefinition
1st Amendment Freedom Freedom or religion, assembly, press, petition, and speech RAPPS
2nd Amendment Bowls Bear Arms - The right to Bear Arms
3rd Amendment Quick Quartering - Soldiers may not be Quartered in someone's home without permission.
4th Amendment Strikes Searches or Seizures - none without a warrant
5th Amendment At An Accused person must be indicted by a Grand Jury; otherwise they can not be held to answer for a crime
6th Amendment The Trial - Speedy - right to this
7th Amendment Jail Jury trial and no double jeopardy
8th Amendment But Bail and punishment - must not be excessive bail & no unusual punishment
9th Amendment Rarely Rights of the people can not be denied
10th Amendment Stays States rights are whatever is not stated in the Constitution for the Congress
Bill of Rights This is what the first 10 Amendments are called.
Created by: mshellabarger