pay taxes, obeying laws
freedom to petition the government
Freedom of religion
obeying laws, pay taxes
Right to assemble/gather
freedom of the press
defend your country, obey laws
exercising the right to vote
freedom of speech
Freedom from being forced to quarter soldiers.
Serve in the National Guard
Powers not listed for the national government belong to the states.
Getting license plates for your car.
You or your property may not be search without a warrant.
The right of the people to keep and bear Arms.'>
You may choose your religion or have no religion at all.
You have the right to say what you want.
You have the right to own your own business.
Voting for a presidential candidate.
File income taxes.
Register for the selective service/draft.
You can write a complaint letter to the government.
No cruel or unusual punishment.
You have the right to have a jury.
You may own a gun.
Right to a speedy and public trial.
The government does not control the media.
Powers not listed for the government are for the citizens.
You have certain rights that are not listed in the constitution.
You can have a peaceful meeting with a group of people.
You do not have to be a witness against yourself.
Police canít come into your house without a warrant.
You can have a lawyer for trial.
Citizens have certain rights.