Bill Of Rights

Selene Mrad

Amendment 1 is that you have a freedom of speech and religion. This picture represents this because the colors come all together, and at the end they all meet, when they do they don't turn into a color, same with religion it doesn't matter what you believe in.
Amendment 2 is that you can own guns/weapons. This picture represents a person owning a gun for there own protection.
Amendment 3 is that you can't quarter soldiers in your home without owners permission. This picture represents women looking trough the window to see if the soldiers were coming. Now this is not allowed.
Amendment 4 is that you cannot search trough things without a warrant. This picture represents how back then they used to search through things without a warrant, now this is not allowed.
Amendment 5 is that you have a right to a fair trial. This image represents that this man is silent,in a fair trial you have the right to stay silent.
Amendment 6 guarantees the rights of criminal defendants, such as the right to a lawyer, and the right to a jury. In this picture it represents how they just lead the people in the court room, and they weren't allowed to have a lawyer. Now this is not allowed.
Amendment 7 gives the right to a civil case at court. This picture represents how these people are in court having a case settled.
Amendment 8 is that there can be no cruel or unusual punishment. this picture represents how these people are punishing the person cruelly.
Amendment 9 is that just because a law isn't shown it doesn't mean it isn't there. This picture represents that just because their private parts aren't showing, it doesn't mean they aren't there.
Amendment 10 is that the national government has power, also do the states. But there is power to the states that the government cannot take. This picture represents how the government has lots of power but because the circle doesn't finish the rest of the power is to the states. So the government doesn't have power over everything.
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