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Bill Of Rights
Transcript of Bill Of Rights
Bill of rights
Freedom of speech
Freedom of religion
Freedom of assembly
Freedom of press
Freedom of petition
Congress can not make a law restricting you from the freedom of speech,religion,assembly,press,and petition
the first amendment
The freedom for any American to have a weapon
right to bear arms
without your consent, no person may enter your home and examine your belongings without a search warrant to protect against unreasonable search and seizure
search and seizure
No american shall be required to house a soldier in their home.
No quartering of troops
right to remain silent
due process of law
right to an attorney
you have the right to remain silent when guilty of a crime unless present in a grand jury. No person may be tried twice for the same crime unless new evidence is found. nobody will be forced to be a witness in a criminal case against themselves, nor can life, liberty, or property be taken away without due process of law.
right to a speedy trial
anyone accused of a crime has the right to a fair and speedy trial by an impartial jury.
right to trial by jury
anyone committing a crime exceeding a fine of $20 has the right to trial by jury.
no excessive fines imposed. cruel and unusual punishments are forbidden
no cruel or unusual punishments
every citizen of the united states has unalienable rights the government cannot take away.
power of the states
rights reserved for the states and people of the states