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Unit 1 Part II The Amendments
1 st Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and to petition the government
2 nd Right to bear arms
3rd No quartering troops
4 th No search and seizure without a warrant
5 th amendment Rights of the accused – Right to trial – No double jeopardy – Protection against self-incrimination – Right to due process – Eminent domain
6 th amendment Right to fair trial – Speedy – Public – Unbiased jury – Right to an attorney – Right to bring witnesses
7 th amendment Right to a jury in a civil case (over $20)
8 th No cruel, unusual punishment No excessive bail or fines
9th Rights are not limited to those listed in the Constitution
10 th Reserved powers (any power not specifically given to the national government or prohibited to the states, belongs to the states) “States’ rights” amendment
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