Whose Rights Are Guaranteed by the the Constitution and the Bill of Rights?

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There are some rights in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights that are guaranteed to all people, and other rights that are guaranteed to just citizens.
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The Bill of Rights guarantee a number of basic rights that every US citizen has. These include certain freedoms, rights in court, and powers delegated to the state governments.
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The Constitution and the Bill of Rights guarantee the rights of all persons in the United States.
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Everyone (citizens and non-citizens) living in U.S.
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