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Freedom of religion, press, speech, assembly, petition
FIRST (1st)
PARRS
Right to bear arms
SECOND (2d)
Quartering of soldiers
THIRD (3rd)
Do not have to let them stay in your house
Search and seizures
FOURTH (4th)
Life, liberty, and property
SIXTH (6th)
NO EXCESSIVE (a whole lot of) PUNISHMENT OR BAIL (money to get out of jail)
Sixth (6th)
Trial by jury
Seventh (7th)
Bail and punishment
eighth (8th)
Rights of the people.
ninth (9th)
Rights of the states.
Tenth (10th)
Federal courts cannot bring suits against states.
Eleventh (11th)
Election of the president.
Twelfth (12th)
No more slavery (ABOLITION)
Thirteenth (13th)
States cannot take away the rights of an American Citizen without due process-guarantees: Life, Liberty, Property.

Representatives based on size of state.

If office holder breaks law, can't hold office again.
fourteenth (14th)
RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS

bear=carry
arms=weapons
SIXTEENTH (16th)
CANNOT BE ON TRIAL MORE THAN ONCE FOR THE SAME CRIME

"double jeopardy"
seventeenth (17th)
RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS

bear=carry
arms=weapons
SIXTEENTH (16th)
Freedom of Speech
First
Right to bear arms.
Second
No quartering of soldiers.
Third
No search and seizure.
Fourth
Fifth
The rights of the accused.
Right to a speedy trial.
Sixth
Trail by jury.
Seventh.
Eighth
No cruel and unusual punishment.
Rights reserved for the people.
Ninth
Powers reserved for the states.
Tenth
Suits against the states.
Eleventh
Twelfth.
Election of president and vice president.
Thirteenth
Abolish slavery.
Fourteenth
Rights of citizens
Fifteenth
Voting rights/