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ARTICLE 1. LEGISLATIVE BRANCH. ARTICLE 2. EXECUTIVE BRANCH. ARTICLE 3. JUDICIAL BRANCH. ARTICLE 4. THE STATES AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. ARTICLE 5. METHOD OF AMENDMENT. ARTICLE 6. GENERAL PROVISIONS. ARTICLE 7. RATIFICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION. 1 st AMENDMENT.

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article 1
ARTICLE 1
  • LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
article 2
ARTICLE 2
  • EXECUTIVE BRANCH
article 3
ARTICLE 3
  • JUDICIAL BRANCH
article 4
ARTICLE 4
  • THE STATES AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
article 5
ARTICLE 5
  • METHOD OF AMENDMENT
article 6
ARTICLE 6
  • GENERAL PROVISIONS
article 7
ARTICLE 7
  • RATIFICATION OF THE CONSTITUTION
1 st amendment
1st AMENDMENT
  • FREEDOM OF RELIGION, SPEECH, PRESS, ASSEMBLY, AND PETITION
2 nd amendment
2ND AMENDMENT
  • RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS
3 rd amendment
3RD AMENDMENT
  • QUARTERING OF TROOPS
4 th amendment
4TH AMENDMENT
  • SEARCHES AND SEIZURES
5 th amendment
5TH AMENDMENT
  • CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS; DUE PROCESS; EMINENT DOMAIN
  • SELF INCRIMINATION
  • DOUBLE JEOPARDY
6 th amendment
6TH AMENDMENT
  • CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS
  • RIGHT TO A SPEEDY AND PUBLIC TRIAL
  • RIGHT TO CONFRONT ACCUSER
  • RIGHT TO HAVE A LAWYER
7 th amendment
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
8 th amendment
8TH AMENDMENT
  • PUNISHMENT FOR CRIMES
  • NO EXCESSIVE BAIL, FINES, NOR CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENTS
9 th amendment
9TH AMENDMENT
  • UNENUMERATED RIGHTS
  • (RIGHTS NOT LISTED IN THE CONSTITUTION)
10 th amendment
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
11 th amendment
11TH AMENDMENT
  • SUITS AGAINST STATES
  • PRIVATE CITIZEN FROM ONE STATE CAN NOT SUE THE GOVT. OF ANOTHER STATE IN FEDERAL COURT
12 th amendment
12TH AMENDMENT
  • ELECTION OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT
13 th amendment
13TH AMENDMENT
  • ABOLISHED SLAVERY AND INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE
  • LABOR AGAINST ONE’S WILL
14 th amendment
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
15 th amendment
15TH AMENDMENT
  • RIGHT TO VOTE– RACE, COLOR, SERVITUDE
16 th amendment
16TH AMENDMENT
  • INCOME TAX
17 th amendment
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
18 th amendment
18TH AMENDMENT
  • PROHIBITION OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS
  • BAN ON ALCOHOL
  • 21TH REPEALED IT
19 th amendment
19TH AMENDMENT
  • WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE
  • THE RIGHT TO VOTE
20 th amendment
20TH AMENDMENT
  • COMMENCEMENT OF TERMS; SESSIONS OF CONGRESS; DEATH OR DISQUALIFICATION OF PRESIDENT-ELECT
21th amendment
21TH AMENDMENT
  • REPEAL OF PROHIBITION
  • REPEALED 18TH
22 nd amendment
22ND AMENDMENT
  • PRESIDENT TENURE
  • TWO-TERM LIMIT
23 rd amendment
23RD AMENDMENT
  • PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  • GAVE WASHINGTON D.C. 3 ELECTORS
24 th amendment
24TH AMENDMENT
  • RIGHT TO VOTE IN FEDERAL ELECTIONS—TAX PAYMENT
  • BANNED POLL TAX
25 th amendment
25TH AMENDMENT
  • PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION, VICE PRESIDENTIAL VACANCY, PRESIDENTIAL INABILITY
26 th amendment
26TH AMENDMENT
  • RIGHT TO VOT---AGE
  • 18 YEARS OF AGE
27 th amendment
27TH AMENDMENT
  • CONGRESSIONAL PAY
  • IF CONGRESS VOTE ON A PAY INCREASE, IT CAN’T GO INTO EFFECT UNTIL AFTER THE NEXT ELECTION