Bill of Rights

By: Jasmine Scarbrough

First Amendment: freedom of speech, the press, and religion

The first amendment allows you to have any religion and have freedom of speech about the government.

Third Amendment: The right to privacy in home

Soliders can not quarter in your home without your consent.

Fifth Amendment: Double jeopardy, self incrimation, and due process of law

For a capital crime, a grand jury gets to decide if they can change you. You may be changed only once and you do not have to may be charged only once and you do not 3.

Seventh Amendment: The right to a jury trial

Ninth Amendment: Rights retained by the people