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    • The Bill of Rights
    • 1st Amendment • The First Amendment protects these five basic rights: – Freedom of Speech – Freedom of Religion – Freedom of Press – Freedom of Assembly – Freedom to Petition
    • Freedom of Religion What Do You Think? The Debate
    • 2nd Amendment • The Second Amendment protects one’s right to: – Bear Arms
    • The Right to Bear Arms What Do You Think? The Debate
    • 3rd Amendment • The Third Amendment gives freedom from the need to: – Quarter Troops
    • 4th Amendment • The Fourth Amendment offers protection from illegal: – Search and Seizure
    • 5th Amendment • The Fifth Amendment contains these five basic provisions: – Cannot be brought to trial without a grand jury indictment – Self Incrimination – Double Jeopardy – Equal Treatment Under the Law – Eminent Domain
    • Eminent Domain What Do You Think? The Debate
    • 6th Amendment • The Sixth Amendment protects these six basic rights of the accused: – Speedy and Public Trial – Impartial Jury – Informed of Charges – Face Witnesses – Have Witnesses – Have a Lawyer
    • 7th Amendment • The Seventh Amendment protects one’s right to a: – Jury Trial
    • 8th Amendment • The Eighth Amendment guarantees freedom from: – Cruel and Unusual Punishment
    • The Death Penalty What Do You Think? The Debate
    • 9th Amendment • The Ninth Amendment guarantees: – Rights not mentioned in the Constitution belong to the People
    • 10th Amendment • The Tenth Amendment reserves: – Powers not given to the National Government belong to the States