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Amendment 1

Freedom of religion- practice any religion
Freedom of speech and press- express ideas and listen to others'
Freedom of assembly- holds meetings
Right to petition- suggest new laws or say dissatisfied with a law

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Right to bear arms

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Don't have to quarter and feed soldiers

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Must have a search warrant

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Government cannot punish without due process
Don't have to testify at your own criminal trial (plead the 5th)
Cannot be tried twice for the same crime (double jeopardy)
Property cannot be taken without due process (eminent domain)
Cannot be tried for serious crime without an indictment (formally accuse)

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Speedy public trial
Accused has the right to know the charges against them
Right to an attorney
Call and hear witnesses

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Judge or jury can decide outcome of civil trials

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Courts must give a fair bail price but judges can deny if you are dangerous to the public
Ban cruel and unusual punishments

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Rights stated are not a citizens only rights

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States and people have additional powers (to create state laws and so on...)

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No more slavery/involuntary work unless as a punishment

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Any race, color, ect. are allowed to vote

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Banned liquor from being drank, imported, exported, or made

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Anybody can vote, including women

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18 repealed, liquor allowed

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No one can be president more than twice

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Changed voting age from 21 to 18