Bill of Rights

The first 10 Amendments to the US Constitution

Amendment 1 - Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly and Petition ...
Amendment 2 - Freedom of Milita and to bear arms ...
Amendment 3 - Quartering Soldiers in a person's house ...
Amendment 4 - Security from unwarranted search and seizure ...
Amendment 5 - Freedom for Life, Liberty and Property ...
Amendment 6 - Criminal cases and rights of accused persons ...
Amendment 7 - Common law and trial by jury in civil cases ...
Amendment 8 - Bail, excessive fines, cruel and unusual punishment ...
Amendment 9 - Other rights of the people ...
Amendment 10 - Powers reserved to the states ...

The U.S. Constitution

Preamble
Article 1 Section 1: All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of ...
Article 1 Section 2: The House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every ...
Article 1 Section 3: The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from ...
Article 1 Section 4: The times, places and manner of holding elections for Senators and Rep ...
Article 1 Section 5: Each House shall be the judge of the elections, returns and qualificat ...
Article 1 Section 6: The Senators and Representatives shall receive a compensation for thei ...
Article 1 Section 7: All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the House of Represen ...
Article 1 Section 8: The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes, duties, impost ...
Article 1 Section 9: The migration or importation of such persons as any of the states now ...
Article 1 Section 10: No state shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or confederation; gran ...
Article 2 Section 1: The executive power shall be vested in a President of the United State ...
Article 2 Section 2: The President shall be commander in chief of the Army and Navy of the ...
Article 2 Section 3: He shall from time to time give to the Congress information of the sta ...
Article 2 Section 4: The President, Vice President and all civil officers of the United Sta ...
Article 3 Section 1: The judicial power of the United States, shall be vested in one Suprem ...
Article 3 Section 2: The judicial power shall extend to all cases, in law and equity, arisi ...
Article 3 Section 3: Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying war a ...
Article 4 Section 1: Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, ...
Article 4 Section 2: The citizens of each state shall be entitled to all privileges and imm ...
Article 4 Section 3: New states may be admitted by the Congress into this union; but no new ...
Article 4 Section 4: The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a repub ...
Article 5 Section 1: The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessa ...
Article 6 Section 1: All debts contracted and engagements entered into, before the adoption ...
Article 7 Section 1: The ratification of the conventions of nine states, shall be sufficien ...

The 27 Amendments to the US Constitution

Amendment 1 - Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly and Petition ...
Amendment 2 - Freedom of Milita and to bear arms ...
Amendment 3 - Quartering Soldiers in a person's house ...
Amendment 4 - Security from unwarranted search and seizure ...
Amendment 5 - Freedom for Life, Liberty and Property ...
Amendment 6 - Criminal cases and rights of accused persons ...
Amendment 7 - Common law and trial by jury in civil cases ...
Amendment 8 - Bail, excessive fines, cruel and unusual punishment ...
Amendment 9 - Other rights of the people ...
Amendment 10 - Powers reserved to the states ...
Amendment 11 - Restriction of Judicial power ...
Amendment 12 - Presidential Electors ...
Amendment 13 - Abolition of slavery ...
Amendment 14 - Citizenship, Congressional apportionment, insurrection, public debt ...
Amendment 15 - Right to vote guarenteed regardless of race ...
Amendment 16 - Income Tax ...
Amendment 17 - Senators -- How elected and how vacancies are filled ...
Amendment 18 - National alcohol prohibition ...
Amendment 19 - Women's right to vote guarenteed ...
Amendment 20 - Change of Inaugral date, expiration of terms, times for congress to assemble ...
Amendment 21 - Repeal of alcohol prohibition ...
Amendment 22 - Presidents limited to serving two terms ...
Amendment 23 - Appointment of electors for the District of Columbia ...
Amendment 24 - Elimination of poll tax or other taxes as a requirement for voting ...
Amendment 25 - Presidential Succession ...
Amendment 26 - Right to vote for 18, 19 and 20 year olds ...
Amendment 27 - Congressional pay raises ...

QUESTIONS

  • My packages go straight to the office at my apartments everyone's does. Why do they have to take pictures of my packages big or tiny before they let me have them. And then I have to sign for them. They are not the post office. I don't want pictures taken.
  • I am a convicted drug felon and am not eligible to receive food stamps. I have a child is she eligible. And if so how much its she eligible for. I am not currently employed.
  • if a person has had no contact with their spouse in 6 years are they considered legally seperated? What are seperation laws in Arizona?
  • Im on HUD housing and the city of tucson dont aloud me to have cameras installed do two cars breaking in tires getting popped and Slash I've even had people backing in my backyard I had a few attempted break-ins and still they will not let me install cameras
  • how do I file for squatters rights
  • My father passed away in September, 2016. I am the executor of his estate and I have a lawyer representing me and the estate. His house is paid off but he has a 7,000 home equity line of credit. There is no money in the estate to pay any bills except the utilities. It is for sale and hopefully will be sold soon. I received an Act 91 notice. Can a house be foreclosed on that is in probate? There is no money to pay the home equity line of credit bill or the taxes owed till the house is sold
  • I recently bought a home, and moved out of a rental property and they sent us an itemized list of items after we moved and I did a final walk through with them and charging us falsely what can we do to dispute these items?
  • I am a current mobile home owner in mesa. My husband and I have maintained our trailer to the standards put forth in the lease. We are very disappointed at our park owners for allowing an owner to treat the park as a place of business which is prohibited in the park lease. How or what are our legal means of attempting to see the problems corrected.
  • My father recently passed. He remarried 8 mos prior to his death. He had a will & a trust. In the trust, he left me & my brother his house which had balance. The will/trust states that his wife can live in the house "rent free" because it was supposed to paid off with the life insurance policy. It doesn't state that she has to pay the house off, but it is implied. However, it does state that she must pay the utilities, maintenance, property taxes, etc. She has yet to file the trust with the county, is giving $ to other beneficiaries & trading in his vehicle for new one. Probate or Trust Atty?
  • CAN MY WAGES BE GARNISHED DUE TO PAST MEDICAL BILLS?

QUESTIONS

  • My packages go straight to the office at my apartments everyone's does. Why do they have to take pictures of my packages big or tiny before they let me have them. And then I have to sign for them. They are not the post office. I don't want pictures taken.
  • I am a convicted drug felon and am not eligible to receive food stamps. I have a child is she eligible. And if so how much its she eligible for. I am not currently employed.
  • if a person has had no contact with their spouse in 6 years are they considered legally seperated? What are seperation laws in Arizona?
  • Im on HUD housing and the city of tucson dont aloud me to have cameras installed do two cars breaking in tires getting popped and Slash I've even had people backing in my backyard I had a few attempted break-ins and still they will not let me install cameras
  • how do I file for squatters rights
  • My father passed away in September, 2016. I am the executor of his estate and I have a lawyer representing me and the estate. His house is paid off but he has a 7,000 home equity line of credit. There is no money in the estate to pay any bills except the utilities. It is for sale and hopefully will be sold soon. I received an Act 91 notice. Can a house be foreclosed on that is in probate? There is no money to pay the home equity line of credit bill or the taxes owed till the house is sold
  • I recently bought a home, and moved out of a rental property and they sent us an itemized list of items after we moved and I did a final walk through with them and charging us falsely what can we do to dispute these items?
  • I am a current mobile home owner in mesa. My husband and I have maintained our trailer to the standards put forth in the lease. We are very disappointed at our park owners for allowing an owner to treat the park as a place of business which is prohibited in the park lease. How or what are our legal means of attempting to see the problems corrected.
  • My father recently passed. He remarried 8 mos prior to his death. He had a will & a trust. In the trust, he left me & my brother his house which had balance. The will/trust states that his wife can live in the house "rent free" because it was supposed to paid off with the life insurance policy. It doesn't state that she has to pay the house off, but it is implied. However, it does state that she must pay the utilities, maintenance, property taxes, etc. She has yet to file the trust with the county, is giving $ to other beneficiaries & trading in his vehicle for new one. Probate or Trust Atty?
  • CAN MY WAGES BE GARNISHED DUE TO PAST MEDICAL BILLS?

STORIES

  • I just helped my mother, age 89, deal with her Medicare HMO. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .

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