Bill of Right Project

Isaiah Johnson , U.S. History ,Period 1

What are the Bill of Rights?

The Bill of Right protect citizen of the United State.
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First Amendment: Freedom of Speech the press, and religion

Freedom of religion and Freedom of Speech.
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Second Amendment: The right to bear arms

Sometime serve as soldier to protect themeselve.
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Third Amendment: The right to privacy in the home

Soldier can't over bargein and demand to live in your home.
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Fourth Amendment: Unreasonable search and seizure

Search someone house you need a search warrant.
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Fifth Amendment: Double Jeopardy self incrimination, and due process of law

Crime you done you get charge and grand jury has to decide if there is enough evidence to charge you.
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Sixth Amendment: The right of the accused in criminal cases

Charged for a crime your trial should happen as soon as possible it should importial.
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Seventh Amendment: The right to a jury trial

Civil case involving a lot of money.
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Eighth Amendment: Preventing cruel and unusual punishment

Your punishment should fit your crime.
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