Preamble & Articles I,II,III

By Tadashia & Asia Williams

Preamble

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, the secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish the Constitution for the United States of America.

Article I

The Legislative Branch was the branch mentioned in Article one.


Summary of section 1: All of the Legislative Persons should be a part of the Congress of the United States which should consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.


Summary of section 2: This section establishes the rules for the House of Representatives. The House of Representatives will pick the officers and the speakers. Nobody under the age of 25 can be chosen.


Summary of section 3: This section sets the rules for the United States Senate it states that the Senate of the United States should be composed of two Senators from each state which will be chosen by the Legislature for six years and each senator will have one vote. Nobody under the age of 30 and hasn't been a U.S. citizen can be a Senator.


Summary of section 4: The Congress should come together at least once in every year and have a meeting about how the people will pick Senators they will meet the first Monday in December or they can pick a different day.


Summary of section 5: Each house will be the judge of Elections, returns, and qualifications of it's own members. Each house can determine the rules of its Proceedings, punish its Members of disorderly conduct. Neither of the houses can adjourn for more than three days without the consent.


Summary of section 6: Senators and Representatives will get a compensation for their services. They can get arrested for felony and breach of peace. Representative nor Senator in which they were elected be appointed to any civil office under the United States authority.


Summary of section 7: Each bill has to go through the House of Representative before the bill becomes a law it has to go to the President of the United States and he will sign if he approves but if he doesn't then he will return it with the reason he didn't sign it.

Article II

Summary of section 1: The executive power is invested in the President of the United States. He will be the president for four years and will also have the vice president. Electors will meet in their respective states and vote for two Persons, of whom one at least shall not be an inhabitant of the same state as themselves. If they are not a natural born citizen of the United States they can't be president.


Summary of section 2: The president is the commander and chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and the Militia of several states. He has power by the Senate he is able to pick ambassadors and other public ministers and consuls.


Summary of section 3: He will occasionally give Congress information to the State of Union.


Summary of section 4: The president and vice president and all civil officers of the united states, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for and conviction of treason, bribery, or other crimes and misdemeanors.

Article III

Summary of section 1: The judicial power is invested in the Supreme Court the Courts will occasionally ordain and establish. Judges from supreme and inferior courts shall hold their offices during good behaviour and will receive Compensation.


Summary of section 2: Judicial power extends to all cases in law and equity arising under the Constitution, Laws of the united states, and treaties.