Bill of Rights
There are 27 amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America. The first ten amendments are called the Bill of Rights.
1st Amendment 
There are five parts to this amendment.
- Freedom of Religion. The government cannot establish an official religion. This means no one can be forced to attend or support with taxes any religious institution.
- Freedom of Speech. Anyone has a right to say what they think.
- Obsenity. Shouting swear words in public.
- Defamation. Lying about someone.
- Cause violence.
- Does not meet public safety.
- Talking about national secrets.
Words about particular race/religion in public.
3. Freedom of the Press. The government cannot control the media.
4. Freedom of Assembly. Anyone can assemble any peaceful demonstration?
5. Freedom of Petition.
2nd Amendment 
- The Right to Bear Arms. Anyone can own guns to protect themselves.
3rd Amendment 
- Right Not to Quarter Soldiers. Soldiers are not allowed to enter your home.
4th Amendment 
- Freedom from unreasonable search and seizure. The police do not have the right to search a house without a search warrant from a judge.
5th Amendment 
- Due Process of law.
6th Amendment 
- Right to a speedy trial.
7th Amendment 
- Right to trial by jury.
8th Amendment 
- No cruel or unusual punishment.
9th Amendment 
Constitutional rights do not deny other rights.
10th Amendment