AP Government: Amendments
Terms in this set (27)
Freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly, and petition.
Right to bear arms.
Citizens do not have to house soldiers.
No unreasonable search and seizure.
No double jeopardy or no witness against yourself.
The right to a speedy and public trial.
The right to a jury trial in civil matters of $20 and over.
No excessive bail or unusual punishment.
People gets rights not listed in constitution.
Any rights not given to federal government are given to the states and people.
Individual cannot sue a state in federal court.
Separate ballots for President and Vice President.
If you are born or naturalized in the U.S. then you are a citizen of the U.S.
You cannot prevent a person from voting because of race, color, or creed.
Popular election for U.S. Senators.
Women get the right to vote.
President takes office on January 20th instead of March 4th.
President can only serve two terms.
Washington D.C. residents can vote for president.
Eliminates poll tax.
18 year-olds get to vote.
Congress cannot accept a pay raise until next term.