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UNIT4 BILL OF RIGHTS
1st Amendment RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL FREEDOM – freedom of religion, press, petition, assemble and speech
RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS – any citizen has right to own a firearm2nd Amendment RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS – any citizen has right to own a firearm
3rd Amendment No soldiers can be quartered in any house without the consent of the owner
4th Amendment SEARCH AND SEIZURE – person’s personal belongings cannot be searched without probable cause or a warrant
5th Amendment Rights of the Accused- No Double jeopardy, no self incrimination, eminent domain
Everyone has the right to a speedy trial and can face their accuser6th Amendment Everyone has the right to a speedy trial and can face their accuser
7th Amendment If accused of a breaking common law a person has the right to a jury trial
8th Amendment LIMITS OF FINES AND PUNISHMENTS – No excessive bail or cruel and unusual punishment
9th Amendment RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE- No part of the Constitution can deny or take away the rights to the people in any other part of the Constitution
Any power not given to the National government are given to the states10th Amendment Any power not given to the National government are given to the states
The first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States.
Bill of Rights guarantees personal liberties
1st Amendment: Freedom of Speech
THE BILL OF RIGHTS. 1 st Amendment A. Freedom of Speech A. Freedom of Speech B. Freedom of the Press B. Freedom of the Press C. Freedom of Religion C.
The Ten Amendments to the US Constitution. Amendment 1 O Protects the freedom of religion, speech, and the press, as well as the right to assemble and.
The Bill of Rights.
What is the Bill of Rights? Why did the FF decide to later include the B.O.R. in the Constitution? In what ways is the B.O.R. present in society today?
Complete your chart with the help of this Power Point.
The Bill of Rights Hand Motions. This 1 st Amendment Has 5 Parts Freedom of Religion Speech Press Assemble Petition.
RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL FREEDOM – freedom of religion, press and speech.
Bill of Rights. What are your First Amendment Rights? Freedom of Right to Peacefully ________ Right to _____________the Government.
THE BILL OF RIGHTS. WHAT ARE THEY?? First ten amendments added to the Constitution Added because the anti-federalists refused to ratify the Constitution.
Unit 1 Part II The Amendments. 1 st Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and to petition the government.
Bill of Rights. First Amendment FREEDOM OF –Speech –Religion –Protest –Assembly –Press.
Bill of Rights. The bill of Rights are the first 10 amendments of the United States Constitution. Pushed by Patrick Henry. Made as a protection to the.
Bill of Rights The First 10 Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
The Bill of Rights What you need to know for the test ~ Packet Page 16 You will be writing down the parts of the amendment that you will need to know for.
The Bill of Rights Amendments Why a Bill of Rights? Though most states had their own Bill of Rights, the Anti-federalists would not sign the Constitution.
On your Constitution Wheel draw a picture to represent each principle. Use color.
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