Amendment #1: Freedom of speech, press, religion. (The

 

Amendment
#1: Freedom of speech, press, religion. (The Bill of Rights, n.d.)  

 

Amendment
#2: Protects the laws to bear arms. (The Bill of Rights, n.d.)

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Amendment
#3: Doesn’t allow anyone to house a soldier in confinement during times of
peace. (The Bill of Rights, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#4: Protects a person from any unreasonable seizure of their assets or searches
of their property, unless there is a search warrant. (The Bill of
Rights, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#5: Protection of rights to life, liberty and property. (The Bill of
Rights, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#6: Gives rights to those who are accused of committing a crime. (The Bill of
Rights, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#7: Relates to civil lawsuits. (The Bill of Rights, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#8: Excessive Bail, Fines, and Punishments are forbidden. (The Bill of Rights, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#9: Those who are retained or jailed, can not be denied their basic rights. (The Bill of Rights, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#10: Undelegated Powers Kept by the States and the people. (The Bill of
Rights, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#11: Limits the Judicial Power. (US Constitution-Amendment 11,
2010)

 

Amendment
#12: Gives citizens the right to vote for a president and a vice president. (Levinson,
n.d.)

 

Amendment
#13: Abolishment of slavery. (Libary of Congress, 2017)

 

Amendment
#14: A state can not deny a person of its laws, if they lay within the states
jurisdiction. (14th Amendment, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#15: A citizens right to vote cannot be denied by any state. (Libary of
Congress, 2017)

 

Amendment
#16: Congress has the power to collect taxes. (16th Amendment, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#17: The senate is composed of two senators per state, elected by the people,
every six years’ time. (17th Amendment, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#18: Ban of the manufacturing, sales or transportation of intoxicating liquors
or beverages. (18th Amendment, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#19: The Constitution granted women their rights to vote. (The Libary of
Congress, 2017)

 

Amendment
#20: States the date on which presidents and vice-president’s terms end,
declares who takes power if the president died and declares who shall take
office if there is no clear winner in a presidential election. (20th
Amendment, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#21: Repeals the 18th Amendment on the ban of alcohol. (21st
Amendment, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#22: Explains that a president cannot be elected more than two terms. (22nd
Amendment, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#23: The same number of president and vice president must equal the number of
representatives and senators in the state, on which a district would be entitled
if it was a state. (23rd Amendmant, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#24: Prohibits Congress and States to collect poll taxes or any other form of tax
during an election. (24th Amendment, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#25: Talks about the succession to the presidency if the vice president can’t
take the office and provides procedures to use if the president faces disabilities. (25th
Amendment, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#26: Does not allow states to issue an age restriction for a person to vote, provide
the person is over eighteen years of age. (26th Amendment, n.d.)

 

Amendment
#27: Prohibits compensation services for senators and representatives to take
effect and can only take effect after an election has occurred. (27th
Amendment, n.d.)

 

Why do we
look at this document in the study of Aviation Law and Regulations?

 

     We study the United States Constitution because
it is the supreme law of the United States. Therefore, all laws or regulations
in aviation must abide by these rules, otherwise it will be prohibited or illegal
to operate without following such laws.