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10 Amendments

The 10 Amendments

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Amendment #1 - Freedom of Speech - Freedom of Religion -Freedom of the Press -Right to Assemble - Right to Petition the Government
Amendment #2 - Right to Bear Arms (or the right to own guns)
Amendment #3 - No Quartering Soldiers (People can not be forced to house soldiers)
Amendment #4 - No unreasonable searches and Seizures - Search warrants - Probable cause
Amendment #5 - Grand Jury - No double Jeopardy - No Self-incrimination (remain silent) - Due process of Law
Amendment #6 - Right to be Informed of charges - Right to a Speedy Trial - Right to a Jury - Right to a Lawyer / Attorney - Right to confront wittnesses
Amendment #7 - Right to a Jury in a Civil Trial - Finance disputes $20 or more
Amendment #8 - No Excessive bails - No Excessive Fines - No Cruel or Unusual punishments
Amendment #9 - Rights Reserved o the People - Rights not listed, but not Denied
Amendment #10 - Rights Reserved to the States - Laws not listed in Constitution ----> can be made by the States
Created by: ineedtostudyy