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The Bill of Rights in Ebonics

Amendment I
Congress shall make nahh law respectin' an establishment o'
religion, or prohibiting da free exercise thereof; or
abridging da freedom o' speech, or o' da press; or da
right o' da peeps peaceably ta assemble, an' ta petition
da da system fo' uh redress o' grievances.
Amendment II
uh well regulated militia, being necessary ta da security
o' uh free state, da right o' da peeps ta keep an' bear
arms, shall not be infringed.
Amendment III
nahh soldier shall, in tyme o' peace be quartered in any crib,
without da consent o' da owner, nor in tyme o' war, but
in uh manner ta be prescribed by law.
Amendment IV
da right o' da peeps ta be secure in they persons, houses,
papers, an' effects, against unreasonable searches an' seizures,
shall not be violated, an' nahh warrants shall issue, but upon
probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, an'
particularly describing da place ta be searched, an' da
persons or things ta be seized.
Amendment V
nahh person shall be held ta answer fo' uh capital, or otherwise
infamous crime, unless on uh presentment or indictment o' uh grand
jury, except in cases arising in da land or naval forces,
or in da militia, when in actual service in tyme o' war
or public danger; nor shall any person be subject fo' da
same offense ta be twice put in jeopardy o' life or limb;
nor shall be compelled in any criminal case ta be uh witness
against himself, nor be deprived o' life, liberty, or property,
without due process o' law; nor shall private property be
taken fo' public use, without just compensation.
Amendment VI
In all criminal prosecutions, da accused shall enjoy da right
ta uh speedy an' public trial, by an impartial jury o' da state
an' district wherein da crime shall gots been committed, which
district shall gots been previously ascertained by law, an'
ta be informed o' da nature an' cause o' da accusation;
ta be confronted wiff da witnesses against him; ta gots
compulsory process fo' obtaining witnesses in his favor,
an' ta gots da assistance o' counsel fo' his defense.
Amendment VII
In suits at common law, where da value in controversy shall
exceed tweny bones, da right o' trial by jury shall be
preserved, an' nahh fact tried by uh jury, shall be otherwise
reexamined in any court o' da United States, than according
ta da rules o' da common law.
Amendment VIII
Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines
imposed, nor cruel an' unusual punishments inflicted.
Amendment IX
da enumeration in da Constitution, o' certain rights, shall
not be construed ta deny or disparage others retained by da peeps.
Amendment X
da powers not delegated ta da United States by da
Constitution, nor prohibited by it ta da states, iz
reserved ta da states respectively, or ta da peeps, what 'chew thinking