Second Amendment: Right to Bear Arms
Creation of "No Sell List" (similar to a “No Fly List”) based on religious or political factors such as ideology to restrict the sale of arms to specific individuals.
Limitations imposed on ammunition purchases.
Restrictions imposed on who can own a gun, based on non-relevant discriminatory criteria such as race or religion.
Forced surrender of weapons, based on non-relevant criteria such as race or religion.
Third Amendment: Quartering of Soldiers
National Guard or other military service receives USG authorization to occupy homes (would require a constitutional amendment).
Fourth Amendment: Search and Arrest Warrants
Arrests of undocumented aliens not-authorized by ICE who otherwise have not committed any crimes.
Making search and seizure law application subject to non-relevant discriminatory criteria such as race or religion.
Fifth Amendment: Rights in Criminal Cases
Diminution of Miranda Rights such as cuts to public defender budgets.
Increase in number of offenses subject to minimum sentencing requirements and so-called “three strikes” rules for non-violence offenses.
Reducing budgeted funds or wholesale elimination of federal reviews of law enforcement use of force.
Congress passes laws that makes immigration a criminal offense.
Sixth Amendment: Right to a Fair Trial
Removal or re-evaluation of fitness of judges based on non-relevant and/or discriminatory criteria.
Seventh Amendment: Rights in Civil Cases
US Persons, regardless of documentation status, have right to trial taken away.
Eighth Amendment: Bails, Fines, and Punishments
Congress passes legislation legalizing actions previously defined as torture.
Tenth Amendment: Powers Retained by the States and the People
Federal funding cut to states and cities due to lack of compliance with federal requests on undocumented immigrants.