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Bill of Rights

amendment a change in a document
Bill of Rights the first ten amendments made to the US Constitution
1st Amendment Freedom of religion, speech, and press; rights of petition and assembly
2nd Amendment Right to keep and bear arms
3rd Amendment No forced quartering of troops
4th Amendment No unreasonable searches and seizures
5th Amendment Right to due process of law, no double jeopardy or self-incrimination
6th Amendment Rights of the accused: speedy and public trial by jury, clear charges, witnesses in defense and attorney
7th Amendment Right to trial by jury in civil case
8th Amendment No cruel or unusual punishments
9th Amendment Other rights not included in Constitution
10th Amendment State rights and powers
Created by: stiller5