Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition- people are free to say what they want about these topics
Right to bear arms- people have the right to keep weapons to protect themselves
Quartering of troops- the gov't cannot force you to house soldiers in a time of war, or peace
Searches and seizures- people cannot perform unnecessary searches, and search warrants must be accurate
Rights of the accused; property rights- their must be sufficient evidence in court for a person to be given the death penalty, nobody can be tried for the same accusation twice, be forced to witness against themselves, etc.
Additional rights of the accused- the accused have the right to a public and quick trial with a fair jury, and be allowed to have witnesses in his favor
Civil suits- In a lawsuit where the value in question is more than 20 dollars, the right to a trial by jury is still preserved. And, nothing that has been tried by a jury can be re-examined in any court of the U.S.
Bails, fines, and punishments- excessive bail isn't necessary, excessive fines won't be imposed, and cruel and unusual punishments will not be inflicted
Rights not listed- just because the right is not listed, doesn't mean that the people don't have it
Powers reserved to the states and people- powers not given to the U.S. gov't are reserved for the states, or to the people
The Bill of Rights is the first _____ amendments to the Constitution