well, one amendment was the twenty first amendment...it was ratified on December 5th, 1933
In the US - The 5th Amendment to the US Constitution. It doesn't say that CAN NOT, it says that you can't be "forced" to do so.
The 13th Amendment to the US Constitution abolished slavery.
The Twelfth Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified and enacted in 1804.
"Due process of law" occurs in the 5th Amendment. It is also reaffirmed in the 14th Amendment.
There is no amendment in the US Constitution which protects you against ACCUSATIONS. However, you are granted the right against 'self incrimination' by the 5th Amendment.
The 5th Amendment to the US Constitution provides that no one can be compelled to be a witness against himself.
Then the state constitutional amendment is void. Nothing can conflict with the US constitution.
The 18th Amendment to the US Constitution.
The 18th Amendment
It's the 5th amendment to the US Constitution. It's called Eminent Domain.
The 21st amendment to the US constitution repealed the 18th Amendment.
The Seventeenth Amendment
Different rights are guaranteed throughout the Constitution, but the 5th amendment spells out the rights that protect against self incrimination.
A change in the US constitution is called an amendment.
The third amendment,
The 1st Amendment
The Thirteenth Amendment