What are the Bill of Rights in Order?

The first amendment confirm the freedom of religion, speech, press, and assembly. The second amendment says that US citizens have the right to bear arms. The third amendment declares that soldiers cannot be quartered in a household without the owner’s consent. The four amendment is a freedom of unwanted, unwarranted searches and seizures. The fifth amendment is due process. The sixth amendment says that any accused has the right to a speedy and public trial. The seventh amendment affirms that each accused person has the right to a trial by jury. The eighth amendment is a rule prohibiting cruel and unusual punishment. The ninth amendment confirms enumerated rights to the people, while the tenth amendment confirms reserved powers (rights) to the people.