1. four freedoms granted by the first amendment
    • freedom of speech
    • freedom of press
    • freedom of religion
    • freedom to petition the Government for a redress of grievances
  2. which amendment prohibited excessive punishments
    Amendment 8
  3. amendments affirmed properties rights of American citizens

    prohibits quartering of soldiers
    Amendment 3
  4. the right to bear arms
    Amendment 2
  5. a person will not be forced to testify against himself in court
    Amendment 5
  6. the right to speedy and public trial
    Amendment 6
  7. guarantees trial by jury in civil cases
    Amendment 7
  8. reserves the powers not delegated to the national government by the Constitution for the states by the people
    Amendment 10
  9. the promise that the enumeration in the constitution shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people
    Amendment 9
  10. first-degree murder
    capital crime
  11. a capital or other serious crime
  12. courts where members of the U.S. Armed Forces are tried for crimes in special military courts
  13. where a serviceman found guilty in a court-martial has the right to appeal the verdict
    U.S. Court of Military Appeals
  14. the right of civil government to take over a person's lad or other private property for public use
    eminent domain
  15. what is the source of federal civil rights legislation
    Amendment 14
  16. abolish slavery
    Amendment 13
  17. placed restriction on changes in Congressional salary
    Amendment 27
  18. prohibited the production, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages
    Amendment 18
  19. repealed the national prohibition of alcohol
    amendment 21
  20. provided for a personal income tax
    Amendment 16
  21. provided for the direct election of senators by voters
    Amendment 17
  22. woman's right to vote
    Amendment 19
  23. deals with lawsuits filed against states in federal court
    Amendment 11
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A Beka 12th grade history