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How to Remember the First Ten Amendments Ms. Kelli Langel
One Bun Two Shoe Three Tree Four Door Five Hive Six Sticks Seven Heaven Eight Date Nine Line Ten Hen
First Amendment Freedom of Speech, Press, Religion, and Petition One = Bun
Second Amendment Right to Keep and Bear Arms Two = Shoe
Third Amendment No soldiers can be quartered in private homes without the permission of the owner. Three = Tree
Fourth Amendment Protection against unreasonable search and seizure Four = Door
Fifth Amendment Due process, double jeopardy, self-incrimination, eminent domain. Five = Hive Due Process Double Jeopardy Self Incrimination Eminent Domain
Sixth Amendment Criminal Proceedings/ Rights Upon Arrest Six = Sticks
Seventh Amendment Civil Trials Seven = Heaven
Eighth Amendment Prohibition of excessive bail, as well as cruel and unusual punishment 8 = Date
The Ninth Amendment Unenumerated Rights Nine = Line Amendments
The Tenth Amendment Powers reserved to the States Ten = Hen The Federal Government The States
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