In all criminal cases and prosecutions:
The accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury in the district where the crime was committed.
B. The accused must be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation.
C. The accused has a right to a counselor who may or may not be an attorney. The accused, or a counselor of the accused, may confront (or cross examine) all witnesses testifying against him or her.
D. The accused may require witnesses to testify if the witnesses have important information to share in the case.
E. Unless it is a minor charge (or a misdemeanor), citizens have a right to a trial by jury. Juries may determine a person's guilt or innocence, and if a person is found guilty, the jury may determine the sentence of the accused, as advised by the judge.
Excessive bail shall not be required of a person, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishment inflicted.
What consenting adults do in the privacy of their homes or bedrooms that does not infringe on the property or the rights of others should not be the concern of government. Thus, individuals have a right to privacy.
Citizens may choose where they want to live. Citizens may also visit any country they choose, including Cuba. If they choose to move to another country, they will not be dispossessed of their personal assets by our government.
The US Congress shall determine uniform policies regarding a citizen's possession, use, and registration of firearms.