All 10 Bill of Rights by Stephen Sommers and Jade Thompson
A Coggle Diagram about Amendment #1
Congress can't stop you from talking freely, or making peaceful protests.
Court case: Gitlow vs. New York
How it affects me: It helps me to speak freely in any way I want to., Amendment #2
You should be able to keep guns or any weapon in your home. You have a right to "bear arms".
Court case: McDonald vs. Chicago (2010)
How it affects me? : It allows me to own a concealed weapon in my own home., Amendment #6 (Right to a fair trial.
Court case: Cunningham vs California
(Decided on Jan 22, 2007)), Amendment #7 (Rights in civil cases.
Court case: Tull vs. US
How it affects me: This gives me the right to a trial by jury.), Amendment #8 (Bail, Fine, and Punishment
Court Case: Roper vs Simmons
(Decided Mar 1, 2005)), Amendment #9 (Rights retained by the people
Court case: Griswold vs. Conneticut
How it affects me: It gives rights to everyone in America), Amendment #3
No Soldier is allowed to quarter themselves in anyone's home at a time of peace
Engblom vs. Carey
How it affects me?: It says that I can't quarter, or house, a soldier during times of peace on American soil without my permission., Amendment #4
Nobody is allowed to barge into your home and take your stuff. They must have a
warrant to do so.
Court Case: Mapp vs. Ohio
How it affects me?: It says that I can't allow a search and seizure without a warrant or my consent., Amendment #5
Nobody is allowed to be charged of a crime and not go through a trial. All Americans must go through a trial.
Court Case: Twining vs. New Jersey
How it affects me: It says that I can't be thrown in jail without a fair trial. There has to be evidence that links me to the crime, and it also has to be shown to a Judge and Jury. and Amendment #10 (States' Rights
Court Case: Several in the 1990's
How does it affect me: It gives us rights as citizens of one of the 50 states.)