U.S. Bill of Rights
The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
1. freedom of the press, speech, and religion;
2. the right to bear arms;
3. prohibition of quartering of troops;
4. protection against unlawful search and seizure;
5. the right of due process of law;
6. the right to a fair and public trial;
7. the right to a trial by jury;
8. prohibition of cruel an unusual punishments;
9. protection of non-enumerated rights;
10. reservation of powers, i.e. powers not reserved for the federal government reside in the states.