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Bill of Rights Technology Project

This is a creative tool that will demonstrate the first 10 amendments of the US Constitution.
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nicole henderson

on 12 December 2012

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Transcript of Bill of Rights Technology Project

The Bill of Rights 1st Amendment 2nd Amendment 3rd Amendment R- Religion: The government cannot force an official religion, they also cannot force you to attend or support any religious group.
A- Assembly: You have the right to peacefully gather together to express your opinions.
P- Press: Right to have access to news sources, the government cannot tell news organizations or individuals what to print and what not to print.
P- Petition: Right to ask for changes in the government.
S- Speech: Right to speak freely of your thoughts and opinions, however not all speech is protected. This amendment states that you have the right to own weapons for your own protection and safety. The 3rd amendment states that soldiers shall not, in the time of peace, be quartered in any house without the consent of the owner. 4th Amendment The 4th amendment explains that the government cannot search your house/property without a good reason or warrant. 6th Amendment 8th Amendment The 8th amendment states that the accuse will have a punishment that fits the crime, and to have no excessive fines or bail. Also the accused will not have unreasonably long sentences or unreasonably heavy fines. 9th Amendment The 9th clearly states that citizens rights are protected from the government and that the government cannot ever take our rights away. 10th Amendment The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibiting by it to the states are reserved for the people. "2 Guns for You!" "3 you can't stay with me!"
The
Door!" 5th Amendment The accused has the right to not have to testify against himself and the right to not be tried twice for the same crime. "5 if you wanna stay
alive don't testify!" The accused has the right to:
-a speedy trial
-be informed of the charges against him
-a lawyer even if he can't afford one
be tried by a jury of your peers "6 fair jury, trial in a hurry, a lawyer for free know the charges on me." 7th Amendment When the suits at common law
exceed $20 in value, the right
of a trial by a jury will be
preserved. "7 if it's civil don't worry, have a trial by a jury." "8 no horrible fate, excessive
bail, fines, or jail." "10 people have
the power!" Caitlyn Cardona, Tori Thompkins, Makena Simpson, & Nicole Henderson. Hope you enjoyed our presentation! "4 Shut
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