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3-2 Bill of Rights

1st Amendment Guarantees freedom of religion, speech, press, peaceably assemble, and petition the government
2nd Amendment Right to bear arms and form state militias
3rd Amendment Prohibits government from quartering troops in our homes without consent
4th Amendment Protects citizens from unreasonable search and seizure by government officials
5th Amendment Prohibits self-incrimination and guarantees due process of law
6th Amendment Guarantees the right to a speedy trial by jury in criminal cases and right to a lawyer
7th Amendment Guarantees the right to a trial by jury in most federal civil cases
8th Amendment Prohibits excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishment
9th Amendment Guarantees that people have other rights not listed in the Constitution
10th Amendment Reserved powers of the states
The first nine amendments to the Constitution support the principle of______________. Limited Government
Created by: georgia.wells