Bill Of Rights Essay

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Bill of Rights Essay.

The Billl of Rights are stated in the first ten amendments. This bill contains the rights of; freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of petition, right to be protected from unreasonable searches and seizures, right to bear arms, right to not give housing to soldiers during peace time, freedom of the press, freedom to equal justice, and the right to freedom and security.

These rights are used daily, because or their impact on american living. People of the United States need these rights in order to live. America wouldn?t be free if these rights had no effect on people. These rights keep the people personal lives away from the Government with out any distburbing of ?being free?. The peoples rights are mostly contained in the first Amendment of the constitution.

The rights have effect on criminal people living in the United States too.

The Bill of Rights protect the rights of a person accused of a crime. The suspect has to go through a series of court proceedures. He/she must be indicted by a grand jury. He/she announce self-incrimination. As a final guarantee of citizen rights, the Tenth Amendment set?s aside, or reserves, many powers of government for the states or for the people.

We use examples of the bill of rights every day. When we get up in the morning and choose what we want to do, when we practice our religions, and when we assemble in peace every day. Most of these rights are listed in the Bill of Rights, and we are able to exercise them every day.

Viewing the Bill of Rights I begain to under stand how are nation established and strived for so many years. We need the rights in order to become a free...