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No main religion for the entire land
Amendment 1
Freedom to practice any religion
Amendment 1
You are allowed to speak out against the government.
Amendment 1
Freedom of press , able to create dirty obscene things.
Amendment 1
Have the right to a peaceful protest.
Amendment 1
Satisfaction of a complaint, and the signing and the right to petition.
Amendment 1
The right to bare arms: varies on state.
Amendment 2
Government cannot force soldiers into your house to sleep and live if you do not let them. This can only be allowed if congress makes it a law or during war time.
Amendment 3
The right to privacy. The patriot act, the United States can monitor phone lines.
Amendment 4
Nobody in the United States can be arrested for a capital crime unless they are indited by a grand jury and unless the jury says you are guilty.
Amendment 5
No double jeopardy, cannot be arrested for the same crime twice.
Amendment 5
You do not have to explain anything, protects against self incrimination, only on trial.
Amendment 5
You cannot have life, liberty, or property taken from you until after the trial. That's what bail is for.
Amendment 5
The government can take property, as long as it is rightfully paid and is publicly used.
Amendment 5
The right to a speedy and public trial where the crime took place.
Amendment 6
You need to be informed of why you are being accused.
Amendment 6
All evidence and the accuser must be at the trial.
Amendment 6
Mandatory subpoena, compulsory process.
Amendment 6
Trial by jury, only if somebody sues over 20 dollars, only civil cases.
Amendment 7
Excessive bail isnt allowed.
Amendment 8
Excessive fines cannot be charged.
Amendment 8
No cruel or unusual punishment
Amendment 8
The listing of certain rights in the Constitution should not be understood to invalidate rights by the people. INW: State Constitutions overpower united states constitutions but cant go againstit.
Amendment 9
All powers that are not given to the United States of America by the constitution of the United States of America, are given to the states.
Amendment 10