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19th Amendment
Allowed women to vote
14th Amendment, Section 5
Congress can enforce these provisions of this article.
14th Amendment, Section 4
Public Debts shall be held null and void.
14th Amendment, Section 3
People who have gone against the U.S. in any way shall not hold office.
14th Amendment, Section 2
Representatives from each state are based on population. % males denied to vote = % of representatives reduced
14th Amendment, Section 1
Due Process Law to the STATES. No one shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property.
10th Amendment
Powers not listed are given to the states.
8th Amendment
Protection against EXCESSIVE BAIL and CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNSIHMENT
6th Amendment
Right to council

Speedy and public trial

Jury

Prompt and reasonable proceedings
5th Amendment
Protection from:
Self-incrimination
Double Jeopardy

Due Process for the FEDERAL government
4th Amendment
Unreasonable search and seizure

arrest
1st Amendment
Rights to:
Speech
Religion
Assembly