-Freedom of Speech, Religion, Press
-Right to peaceful assembly
-Right to petition Gov.
-Right to bear arms
-Militia needed for security of a free state
Need warrant for search and seizure
-Must be charged by gov and grand jury before being tried for a serious crime (except military)
-Cannot be charged with breaking a law more than once; don't have to testify against yourself
-Cannot be deprived from life, liberty, or property without due process of law
-Private property cannot be taken for public use without compensation
If you're accused of a crime (not a civil wrong, nor an act of war, just a crime)...
-You have a right to have the charges resolved quickly, in public by a jury from the same area where the crime supposedly happened.
-You have a right to know what you're being charged with and why.
-You have a right to have evidence and witnesses presented to you.
-You have a right to call and present your own evidence and witnesses.
-You have a right to legal counsel.
-Slavery abolished in US or anywhere where US has jurisdiction, except as punishment for a crime
-Congress can enforce this by legislation
-Everyone born in the US is a citizen of the state they live in
-States can't make laws that limit privileges of US or deprive anyone of life, liberty, or property without due process of law
-States can't deny any citizen equal protection under the law
-State reps apportioned according to taxed population
-Nobody can hold any government office (state or federal) if they have previously committed a felony, act of rebellion against US, or assisted US enemies while in office
-Congress can override restriction with 2/3 vote
-The validity of the debt of the United States treasury will not be questioned, but US won't pay any debt from helping rebellion against the US, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of slaves.
-Congress can enforce this with legislation
-Right to vote can't be denied because of race, color, or previous condition of servitude
-Women have right to vote
-Anyone 18 or older can vote
-Congress can change its pay, but doesn't take affect until after next election