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ConstitionAmendments

Amendments of the Constitution

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Amendment 1 Freedom of religion, of speech, to petition, and to assemble.
Amendment 2 The right to keep and bear arms.
Amendment 3 No quartering of soldiers in private houses during peacetime.
Amendment 4 Unreasonable searches and seizures. (Need warrants)
Amendment 5 Indictments; due process; self-incrimination; double jeopardy; and rules for eminent domain. (Miranda rights)
Amendment 6 Right to a fair and speedy public trial, notice of accusations, confronting one's accuser, subpoenas, right to counsel.
Amendment 7 Right to trial by jury in civil cases.
Amendment 8 No excessive bail and fines or cruel and unusual punishment.
Amendment 9 Unenumerated rights (rights not listed)
Amendment 10 Limits the power of the Federal government.
Amendment 11 Immunity of states from suits from out of state citizens and foreigners not living within state borders.
Amendment 12 Revision of presidential election procedures
Amendment 13 Abolition of slavery
Amendment 14 Citizenship, state due process, applies bill of rights to the states, revision to apportionment of representatives, denies public office to anyone who has rebelled against the United States
Amendment 15 Racial suffrage
Amendment 16 Allows federal income tax
Amendment 17 Direct election of the united states senate
Amendment 18 Prohibition of alcohol.
Amendment 19 Woman's suffrage
Amendment 20 Term commencement for Congress and President (in January)
Amendment 21 Repeals prohibition.
Amendment 22 Limits president to two terms
Amendment 23 Representation of Washington DC in the Electoral College.
Amendment 24 Eliminates Poll Taxes
Amendment 25 Vice President is next president in case of presidential disabilities.
Amendment 26 Voting at 18
Amendment 27 Variance of Congressional compensation.
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