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The Bill Of Rights

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on 14 May 2018

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Transcript of The Bill Of Rights

How does the Bill of Rights affect us today and how will affect us in the future
What is the Bill of Rights?
The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. It is the right that every American citizen has.
The third Amendment
This amendment make it unlawful to quarter soldiers in private homes without consent during times of peace
The Fifth amendment
The Fifth amendment states that no person should have to testify themselves in a court case. They can plead the fifth and not testify against themselves.
the sixth Amendment
The Seventh Amendment
The second Amendment
The Bill Of Rights
The ninth Amendment
The first Amendment
The first amendment is about freedom of speech.
The second amendment states that as a U.S citizen you will have a military to protect you and have the right to protect yourself with your own firearm.
The Fourth Amendment
The Eighth amendment
The Tenth Amendment
By:Caden Buell and Lucy Talbert
An example of today's society is the gun laws, people want to to own a gun but there's another side to the argument. Some argue that we shouldn't have guns available for consumers because of safety reasons.
The seventh amendment states that a person has a right to have a jury in a court case. No matter the case be federal and or common law.
The tenth amendment is about the government and the balance of powers between the states.
The ninth amendment is about that there is other amendments other than just theses rules and even though they aren't listened it doesn't mean they can be broken.
The eighth amendment is about protecting against a huge bail or fines that are unreasonable or unseasonal or unreasonable punishments.
The sixth amendment is about is about the rights a prosecutor has like the right to a trail.
The fourth amendment is about the protection against unreasonable searches or seizures.
This is political because the bill of rights tells what tells what the government can or cannot do.
This is affected Geographically by giving the U.S people the freedom to expand and settle increasing the size of the U.S
This affects the economy by affecting on how people will live their lives and the people of the U.S affect the economy.
The Bill of Rights tie into the constitutional convention. The Bill of Rights was made at the convention where the redone on how the government will run.
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