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AMENDMENTS: when people enter new jersey, there is a sign that says Lights on Wipers on

10th amendment

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AMENDMENTS: the marines cannot move into my home

3rd

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AMENDMENTS: i have the right to worship and god i want, as long as i do not force other people to join me

1st amendment

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AMENDMENTS: this is the common sense amendment. for example, my doctor can not share my medical problems in the waiting room

9th

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AMENDMENTS: if i cannot afford an attorney the government must provide one for me

6th

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if the police search my car they must have probable cause

4th

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if i get sued, i have the right to have a trial by jury

7th

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the media is free to report whatever it wants

1st

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i cannot be tried for the same crime twice

5th

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the government cannot take my house without paying me

5th

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the prison guard cannot allow the other prisoners to beat me up

8th

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britney spears can get custody of her kids back if she follows the instructions of the court

6th

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the voting laws are different in all of the states

10th

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if i commit a crime in philadelphia, the trial will probably be in philadelphia

6th

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the government cannot cut off my fingers for stealing the jeans at the mall

8th

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TMZ.com can report on celebrities, as long as the information is correct

1st

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you have the right to confront witnesses against you in court

6th

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britney spears can have a higher bail than Mr. Ryan

8th

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If Nial horan gets sick in jail, the prison must provide a doctor for him

8th

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you cannot be finned 10000 for a parking violation

10th

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I can own a weapon as long as I register it with the government

2nd

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I told the police that they could not search my room. Then the Sergeant showed me the search warrant. I immediately let them in my room

4th

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TRUE/FALSE: All of the colonies were similar in why they were founded and how they were governed

False

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TRUE/FALSE: The colonist were angered by the fact they had no representation in Parliament, yet they still had to pay taxes

True

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TRUE/FALSE: The english listened to the Colonists complaints. from the stamp Act Congress

True

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TRUE/FALSE: The difficulty in traveling did not play a role in getting all of the colonies on the "same page."

False

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TRUE/FALSE: Most of the newly written state constitutions were similar

True

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LEADERS OF CONGRESS: senate minority leader

chuck shumer

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LEADERS OF CONGRESS: house majority leader

steny hoyer

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LEADERS OF CONGRESS: president pro temp

charles grassley