ChanAmendments

Timeline created by Kaitlin Chan
  • Freedom of Religion, Speech, Assembly, Press, And Petition

    Freedom of Religion, Speech, Assembly, Press, And Petition
  • Right to bear arms.

    Right to bear arms.
  • No quartering of soldiers without consent of house owner

    No quartering of soldiers without consent of house owner
  • No illegal searches and/or siezures

    No illegal searches and/or siezures
  • Protection from self-incrimination and double-jeoporardy, and gauruntee of due process; sets regulations for eminent domain

  • Right to a Fair, Public, and Speedy trial

    Right to a Fair, Public, and Speedy trial
  • If you steal something or do something that approximates or is $20 or more then you have the right to have a jury try you, instead of a judge.

    If you steal something or do something that approximates or is $20 or more then you have the right to have a jury try you, instead of a judge.
  • You are not allowed to get cruel or unusual punishments from the government.

    You are not allowed to get cruel or unusual punishments from the government.
  • Establishes that other rights of the people exist even though not explicitly granted by the Constitution

    Establishes that other rights of the people exist even though not explicitly granted by the Constitution
  • Establishes that rights and powers not reserved for the federal government or people belong to the states

  • Limit's Lawsuit-You can not sue a state in the Federal Court system..

    Limit's Lawsuit-You can not sue a state in the Federal Court system..
  • The 12th Amendment required to vote president and vice president separately

    The 12th Amendment required to vote president and vice president separately
  • No More Slavery!!!

    No More Slavery!!!
    President Abe Lincon made a law that almost seperated the country in a civil war. This is good for all the slaves because, later, they can vote.
  • Establishes Requirments for citizenship, expands due-process, and establishes equal protection clause

    Establishes Requirments for citizenship, expands due-process, and establishes equal protection clause
  • Grants blacks the right to vote

    Grants blacks the right to vote
  • Authorizes Federal Income Tax, or lets federal agents take a tax levied on earned and unearned income, net of allowed deduction

    Authorizes Federal Income Tax, or lets federal agents take a tax levied on earned and unearned income, net of allowed deduction
  • Establishes that Senators will be elected by popular vote

    Establishes that Senators will be elected by popular vote
  • Prohibits Sale and Manufacture of Liquor, repealed 1933

    Prohibits Sale and Manufacture of Liquor, repealed 1933
  • Women Can Vote

    Women Can Vote
    This is good because the women have feelings and opinions too. now, all women, landowning or not can vote.
  • Establishes that: Congress takes office Jan 3rd (odd year) and President sworn in January 20th @ noon

    Establishes that: Congress takes office Jan 3rd (odd year) and President sworn in January 20th @ noon
  • Repeals 18th amendment- legalizes alchohol

    Repeals 18th amendment- legalizes alchohol
    People get to have beer and liquor at in their house.
  • Limits President to 2 terms, unlike teddy roosevelt the 4 term president!!!

    Limits President to 2 terms, unlike teddy roosevelt the 4 term president!!!
    Even though Teddy Roosevelt was a great president, he had too many terms. There is a new law that the president can only have 2 terms.
  • Gives Washington D.C. 3 Electoral Votes

    Gives Washington D.C. 3 Electoral Votes
  • Doesn't allow poll tax on federal elections

  • Tells who will be the next president if the current president dies

    Tells who will be the next president if the current president dies
  • Can vote at 18

  • Voting at 18

  • Congress can only have so many pay raises