The Amendments

The Amendments

1st: Speech, Religion, Press, Assembly, Petition

December 15, 1791

2nd: Right to Bear Arms

December 15, 1791

4th: Prohibits Unreasonable Search and Seizures

December 15, 1791

5th: Due Process

December 15, 1791

6th: Fair and Speedy Trial

December 15, 1791

8th: Prohibits Excessive Bail or Fines

December 15, 1791

10th: Federalism

December 15, 1791

3rd: Prohibits Quartering of Soldiers

December 15, 1791

9th: Protects Rights Not Listed

December 15, 1791

7th: Trial by Jury

December 15, 1791

11th: States Cannot Be Sued in Federal Court

February 7, 1795

12th: Revises Presidential Election Process

June 15, 1804

13th: Abolishes Slavery

December 6, 1865

14th: Defines Citizenship

July 9, 1868

15th: Voting Rights for African-Americans

February 3, 1870

16th: Income Tax

February 3, 1913

17th: Senators Elected by Popular Vote

April 8, 1913

18th: Prohibition

January 16, 1919

19th: Women's Suffrage

August 18, 1920

20th: Lame Duck Amendment

January 23, 1933

21st: Repeals Prohibition

December 5, 1933

22nd: Limits President to Two Terms

February 27, 1951