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Amendments 1-10,14

Topics of Amendments of the U.S. Constitution

TermDefinition
1st Amendment Freedoms - Speech, Religion, Assembly, Press, Ask Government to Correct A Wrong
2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms
3rd Amendment Right to Not Have To Quarter Soldiers
4th Amendment RIGHTS BEFORE ARREST Unreasonable Search/Siezure Requires Probable Cause/Warrants
Habeas Corpus "You Have The Body" Release From Imprisonment Article 1, Section 9, Clause 2
5th Amendment RIGHTS WHILE UNDER ARREST Right to remain silent Double Jeopardy DUE PROCESS
6th Amendment RIGHTS AT TIME OF TRIAL Speedy Trial / Right to Attorney Right for Unbiased Jury / Right to know Charge Right to Present Witnesses
7th Amendment Civil (Common Law) / Civil Trial Right to Jury
8th Amendment RIGHTS WHILE INCARCERATED Cruel & Unusual Punishment Reasonable Bail/ Fines/ Punishment
9th Amendment PEOPLE'S RIGHTS Rights not identified belong to the people
10th Amendment STATE'S RIGHTS Police Power
14th Amendment State Citizens are U.S. Citizens Equal Protection (due process)
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