Asked in History of the United StatesBill of Rights
What are the rights guarenteed by the Bill of Rights?
February 24, 2011 7:14PM
Freedom of religion, speech, and press. You have the right to assemble and protest.
Right to bare arms and cannons.
During peacetime, prohibition of quartering soldiers without the homeowners consent.
No one has the right to search and seize, unless there is a warrant to arrest.
No double jeopardy (in the case of law), and you have the right to plead the fifth.
Right to be processed in a speedy manner.
Right to a trial by jury, in certain civil cases.
No cruel or unusual punishment.
The citizens get more than the rights listed in the Bill of Rights
States can make other laws, which do not conflict with the constitution, or the countries laws.
*The tenth amendment is strictly for rights of the states, and has does not have much to do with the citizens.