Amendments

Seventh Amendment

The 7th Amendment under the Bill of Rights in the United States Constitution gives an individual the right to a jury trial. The 7th Amendment is quite similar to the
Read Full Article

Sixteenth Amendment

The Sixteenth Amendment provided for a uniform law regarding the collection of income tax on the national level. The introduction and passage of the Sixteenth Amendment would prove to be
Read Full Article

Sixth Amendment

The Sixth Amendment sets forth provisions regarding criminal prosecutions. It grants certain rights to the accused in order to ensure a fair and just trial and verdict rendering. Because under
Read Full Article

Tenth Amendment

Read Full Article

Eighteenth Amendment

The Eighteenth Amendment is the only Amendment to ever have been repealed from the United States Constitution--via the inclusion of
Read Full Article

Third Amendment

The Third Amendment of the Constitution of the United States is one that arose directly out of the conflict with
Read Full Article

Thirteenth Amendment

The Thirteenth Amendment is arguably one the most important to be made to the United States Constitution and made an impact on the history of the United States. It would
Read Full Article