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The Bill of Rights Hand Motions
This 1 st Amendment Has 5 Parts Freedom of Religion Speech Press Assemble Petition
The 2 nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms
The 3 rd Amendment No forced housing of soldiers
The 4 th Amendment Must have a warrant To search and seize
The 5 th Amendment I don’t have to say a thing And No Double Jeopardy
The 6 th Amendment The right to a fast and a speeeeedy trial
The 7 th Amendment The right to a jury In a civil case
The 8 th Amendment No cruel or unusual punishment
The 9 th Amendment Rights not written Belong to the people
The 10 th Amendment Powers not written belong to the state AND/OR The people
Bill of Rights guarantees personal liberties
1st Amendment: Freedom of Speech
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