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U.S. Bill of Rights

A fun way to practice the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution.

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Which amendment includes freedom of religion? 1st Amendment
Which amendment protects the right of states to maintain a militia and of citizens to bear arms? 2nd Amendment
Which amendment includes freedom of speech? 1st Amendment
Which amendment prohibits the government from forcing citizens to quarter (house) troops? 3rd Amendment
Which amendment includes freedom of assembly (ex. protest)? 1st Amendment
Which amendment protects citizens against "unreasonable searches and seizures"? 4th Amendment
Which amendment includes freedom of the press? 1st Amendment
Which amendment assures citizens of the right to due process (fair legal procedures)? 5th Amendment
Which amendment guarantees the right to petition (ask) the government for change? 1st Amendment
Which amendment guarantees the right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury? 6th Amendment
Which amendment protects citizens from double jeopardy (being put on trial twice for the same crime)? 5th Amendment
Which amendment protects against excessive bail and fines? 8th Amendment
Which amendment protects citizens from being forced to testify against themselves? 5th Amendment
Which amendment guarantees citizens the right to a jury trial in a civil case (someone is being sued)? 7th Amendment
Which amendment require the government to compensate citizens if they take their property through eminent domain? 5th Amendment
Which amendment guarantees the right to counsel (a lawyer)? 6th Amendment
Which amendment provides that the people's rights are not restricted to those listed in the other Amendments? 9th Amendment
Which amendment protects citizens against cruel and unusual punishment? 8th Amendment
Which amendment restates the principle of federalism by providing that powers not granted to the national government nor prohibited to the states are reserved to the states and to the people? 10th Amendment
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