Bill of Rights/ 10 Amendments
This amendment ensures freedom of speech, religion, assembly, press, and to petition to change something about the government.
The right to keep and bear weapons.
Citizens do NOT have to house and soldiers if they do not wish to do so.
No form of law can search your belongings or your property without your consent without a search warrant given by a judge.
No person has to speak to any government official about a crime or an injustice unless on trial in front of a jury; has the right to remain silent.
The right to a "Speedy Trial" in front of an impartial jury. The right to have witnesses testify for him/her.
You can not be tried twice for the same cause and are innocent until proven guilty.
Cruel and unusual punishments will not be given.
People are endowed certain , inalienable rights. Therefore, these rights can not be taken away.
Defines the separation of powers between the federal government, and the states.