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Bill o Rights

Amendments 1-10, 14

Amendment I -freedom of speech -freedom of religion -freedom of the press -right to peacefully assemble -right to petition the government
Amendment II -Right to bear arms -Right to form a Militia
Amendment III No quartering of troops
Amendment IV -A warrant is needed for search or seizure -A warrant is only allowed with probable cause -Anything found during an illegal search may bot be used in court
Amendment V A person can be tried for a federal crime if he/she has been conducted by a grand jury -No double jeopardy
Amendment VI -Right to a fair and speedy trial -Must be told when and where -Must be tried in same district where crime was committed -Right to a witness -Right to attorney -Must be informed of your charges
Amendment VII -Right to a jury -Could be put aside if both parties agree to a bench trial -Applies to civil cases only
Amemndment VIII -No excesive Bail -No excesive fines -No cruel or unusual punishment
Amendment IX -Rights written in the constitution are not the only rights people have
Amendment X Power reserved to the states
Created by: Pterdodactyl