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The Third Amendment
In peacetime, soldiers cannot be put up in a private home without the owner's agreement.
The Fifth Amendment
Only a grand jury can accuse people of a serious crime. People cannot be forced to give evidence against themselves. People cannot be tried twice for the same crime if not found guilty.
The Sixth Amendment
A public and speedy trial; an impartial jury; to be informed of the nature of the crime; to be confronted by witnesses; right to defense counsel.
The Seventh Amendment
Preserves right of jury trial in cases exceeding $20. Judges cannot overturn the decision of a jury, unless they find mistakes were made.
The Tenth Amendment
States and people have powers not clearly given to the government or denied by the states.
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