Another Mneumonic for Bill of Rights

Since All Questions Will Seem So Incredibly Difficult, Just Always Study To Begin Passing Exams.

Since:   The First Amendment guarantees free speech. 

  • The S in “Since” stands for “Speech” in Free Speech

All:  The Second Amendment protects the right to bear arms.

  • The A in “Always” stands for “Arms” in  the right to bear arms

Questions: The third Amendment protects against government quartering troops in private homes during times of peace.

  • The Q in “Questions” stands for “Quartered”

Will Seem:  The 4th Amendment protects against unreasonable search and seizure; a warrant is required to search or arrest.

  • The W in “Will Seem” stands for “Warrant”
  • The S in “Will Seem”  stands for “Search” and “Seizure”

So Incredibly Difficult:  The 5th Amendment protects against self-incrimination (people cannot be forced to confess), and protects due process

  • The S and the I in “So Incredibly Difficult” stand for “self-incrimination” 
  • The D in “So Incredibly Difficult” stands for “due process”

Just Always Study:  The 6th Amendment provides guarantees of trial by jury, right to an attorney, and speedy trial.

  • The J in “Just Always Study” stands for “jury trial”
  • The A in “Just Always Study” stands for “attorney”
  • The S in “Just Always Study” stands for “speedy”

To:  The 7th Amendment guarantees trial by jury in civil trials.

  • The T in “To” stands fortrial by jury in civil trials”

Begin:  The 8th Amendment protects against excessive fines or bail, and prohibits cruel and unusual punishment

  • The B in “Begin” stands for “bail”

Passing: The 9th Amendment protects rights that might not be listed.

  • The P in “Passing” stands for “protects”

Exams:  The 10th Amendment says that powers not given to the natioanl government are reserved to the states or to the people.

  • The E in “Exams” stands for extra powers