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Amendment 1 (1791)
(H)
-Freedom of Speech
-Freedom of Religion
-Right to Assemble and Petition Government
One of the first ten amendments from the Bill of Rights.
Amendment 2 (1791)
(H)
-Right to bear arms
One of the first ten amendments from the Bill of Rights.
Amendment 3 (1791)
(H)
-No quartering of soldiers at anytime with out owners consent.
One of the first ten amendments from the Bill of Rights.
Amendment 4 (1791)
(H)
-No illegal or unreasonable search and seizures
One of the first ten amendments from the Bill of Rights.
Amendment 5 (1791)
(H)
-Right to prevent self incrimination (Right to remain silent)
-No double Jeopardy
-No deprevation of life,liberty, or property; without due process of law.
One of the first ten amendments from the Bill of Rights.
Amendment 6 (1791)
(H)
-Right to a Speedy Trial, by impartial jury and to informed of the nature and cause of the accusation.
-Right to be confronted by all witnesses involved in the trial.
-Right to a counsel of representation in your defense.
One of the first ten amendments from the Bill of Rights.
Amendment 8 (1791)
(H)
-No excessive bail or fines
-Cruel and unusual punishment shall not be inflicted
One of the first ten amendments from the Bill of Rights.
Amendment 9 (1791)
(H)
-The Constitution lists rights, but not to deny or disparage other obtained rights.
One of the first ten amendments from the Bill of Rights.
Amendment 10 (1791)
(H)
-"The States Right's Amendment"
-The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
One of the first ten amendments from the Bill of Rights.