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freedom of religion, speech, the press, assembly, and petition
The right to keep and bear Arms
No quartering of soldiers
No unreasonable search and seizure
The right to due process; a person can’t be forced to testify against himself; must be compensated for lose of property
Speedy trial; impartial jury; confront witnesses
Right to trial by jury
No cruel or unusual punishment
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