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  1. ARTICLE 1 • LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

  2. ARTICLE 2 • EXECUTIVE BRANCH

  3. ARTICLE 3 • JUDICIAL BRANCH

  4. ARTICLE 4 • THE STATES AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

  5. ARTICLE 5 • METHOD OF AMENDMENT

  6. ARTICLE 6 • GENERAL PROVISIONS

  7. ARTICLE 7 • RATIFICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION

  8. 1st AMENDMENT • FREEDOM OF RELIGION, SPEECH, PRESS, ASSEMBLY, AND PETITION

  9. 2ND AMENDMENT • RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS

  10. 3RD AMENDMENT • QUARTERING OF TROOPS

  11. 4TH AMENDMENT • SEARCHES AND SEIZURES

  12. 5TH AMENDMENT • CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS; DUE PROCESS; EMINENT DOMAIN • SELF INCRIMINATION • DOUBLE JEOPARDY

  13. 6TH AMENDMENT • CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS • RIGHT TO A SPEEDY AND PUBLIC TRIAL • RIGHT TO CONFRONT ACCUSER • RIGHT TO HAVE A LAWYER

  14. 7TH AMENDMENT • CIVIL TRIALS • COMMON LAW SUITS (RULES EST. BY JUDGES IN PAST CASES) GUARANTEES THE RIGHT TO JURY TRIAL IN LAWSUITS MORE THAN $20

  15. 8TH AMENDMENT • PUNISHMENT FOR CRIMES • NO EXCESSIVE BAIL, FINES, NOR CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENTS

  16. 9TH AMENDMENT • UNENUMERATED RIGHTS • (RIGHTS NOT LISTED IN THE CONSTITUTION)

  17. 10TH AMENDMENT • POWERS RESERVED BY THE STATES • LIMITS THE POWERS OF THE FEDERAL GOVT. • POWERS NOT GIVEN TO THE FEDERAL GOVT. BELONG TO THE STATES

  18. 11TH AMENDMENT • SUITS AGAINST STATES • PRIVATE CITIZEN FROM ONE STATE CAN NOT SUE THE GOVT. OF ANOTHER STATE IN FEDERAL COURT

  19. 12TH AMENDMENT • ELECTION OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT

  20. 13TH AMENDMENT • ABOLISHED SLAVERY AND INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE • LABOR AGAINST ONE’S WILL

  21. 14TH AMENDMENT • RIGHTS OF CITIZENS • RIGHT TO LIFE, LIBERTY, OR PROPERTY, WITHOUT DUE PROCESS OF LAW • APPORTIONMENT OF REPRESENTATIVES (REPLACED 3/5 COMPROMISE) • PUBLIC DEBT

  22. 15TH AMENDMENT • RIGHT TO VOTE– RACE, COLOR, SERVITUDE

  23. 16TH AMENDMENT • INCOME TAX

  24. 17TH AMENDMENT • POPULAR ELECTION OF SENATORS • IF SENATE SEAT IS VACANT, GOVERNOR OF STATE CALL AN ELECTION. • STATE LEGISLATURE CAN GIVE GOVERNOR POWER TO FILL SEAT

  25. 18TH AMENDMENT • PROHIBITION OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS • BAN ON ALCOHOL • 21TH REPEALED IT

  26. 19TH AMENDMENT • WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE • THE RIGHT TO VOTE

  27. 20TH AMENDMENT • COMMENCEMENT OF TERMS; SESSIONS OF CONGRESS; DEATH OR DISQUALIFICATION OF PRESIDENT-ELECT

  28. 21TH AMENDMENT • REPEAL OF PROHIBITION • REPEALED 18TH

  29. 22ND AMENDMENT • PRESIDENT TENURE • TWO-TERM LIMIT

  30. 23RD AMENDMENT • PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA • GAVE WASHINGTON D.C. 3 ELECTORS

  31. 24TH AMENDMENT • RIGHT TO VOTE IN FEDERAL ELECTIONS—TAX PAYMENT • BANNED POLL TAX

  32. 25TH AMENDMENT • PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION, VICE PRESIDENTIAL VACANCY, PRESIDENTIAL INABILITY

  33. 26TH AMENDMENT • RIGHT TO VOT---AGE • 18 YEARS OF AGE

  34. 27TH AMENDMENT • CONGRESSIONAL PAY • IF CONGRESS VOTE ON A PAY INCREASE, IT CAN’T GO INTO EFFECT UNTIL AFTER THE NEXT ELECTION