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“Rights and Freedoms,” Friend, Sept. 1987, 23

Rights and Freedoms

Listed here are some of the rights and freedoms guaranteed in the first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States. To discover what these ten amendments are called, find the boldface words by reading up, down, backward, forward, and diagonally. Then, starting at the top, read the unused letters from left to right.

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  • Freedom of religion.

  • Freedom of speech.

  • Freedom of the press.

  • Home and property may not be searched or seized without a warrant.

  • Trial by jury for serious offences.

  • You cannot be tried twice for the same crime.

  • You cannot be forced to testify against yourself.

  • Right to a speedy and public trial.

  • Excessive bail or fines cannot be imposed.

  • Right to have an attorney.

  • Cruel and unusual punishment cannot be inflicted.

  • Right to bear arms.

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