Glossary of Gov't Unit 4 (A,B,C)

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1st Amendment
speech, religion, press, petition, assembly
2nd Amendment
right to bear arms
3rd Amendment
no quartering soldiers
4th Amendment
Right against unreasonable searches and seizures. Warrants must be issued.
5th Amendment
Rights of Accused Persons. Unable to be tried 2x for the same crime (double jeopardy), may not be forced to witness against themself, no incrimintaing questions, no deprivation of life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness, due process, eminent domain.
6th Amendment
Speedy & public trial, trial by jury, right to lawyer.
8th Amendment
No excessive bail or cruel & unusual punishment.
13th Amendment
Abolition of Slavery (1865)-enforceable by congress
14th Amendment
Rights of Citizens (1868)
15th Amendment
Righ to Vote (1870) (race, color, enforceable)
19th Amendment
Women can vote (1920)

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