ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS             7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION            TRAVEL3) FREEDOM F...
ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS             7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION            TRAVEL3) FREEDOM F...
ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS             7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION            TRAVEL3) FREEDOM F...
ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS                7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION               TRAVEL    Th...
ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS             7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION    the purpose is to         ...
ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS             7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION            TRAVEL3) FREEDOM F...
CHARACTERISTICS   OF EX POST FACTO         LAWS1. Refers to   Criminal Matters2. Be Retroactive in   its application3. To ...
BILL OF ATTAINDERA legislative act that inflicts punishment without trial, its essence being the substitution of legislati...
ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS             7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION            TRAVEL3) FREEDOM F...
DEBT    “civil obligationarising from  contract, expressedor implied.”
ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS             7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION            TRAVEL3) FREEDOM F...
INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE “the condition of one who is compelled by force,coercion, or imprisonment, and against his will, to ...
ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS             7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION            TRAVEL3) FREEDOM F...
THE WRIT OFHABEAS CORPUS  “a prerogative  writ of Libertyemployed to test the validity of a     person’s    detention”
When Available?1. Subjected to Physical Restraint [Arbitrary   Detention] and Moral Restraint2. Convicted by a court with ...
ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS             7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION            TRAVEL3) FREEDOM F...
RIGHTS OF THEACCUSED
CRIMINAL DUE PROCESSSection 14 (1). No person shall be held to answer for a criminal offense without due process of       ...
Liberty of abode and travel
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  1. 1. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS 7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION TRAVEL3) FREEDOM FROM 8) THE IMPAIRMAINT UNWARRANTED CLAUSE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 9) EX POST FACTO LAWS4) PRIVACY OF 10) NON-IMPRISONMENT COMMUNICATIONS AND FOR DEBT CORRESPONDENCE 11) INVOLUNTARY5) FREEDOM OF SERVITUDE EXPRESSION 12) THE WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION
  2. 2. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS 7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION TRAVEL3) FREEDOM FROM 8) THE IMPAIRRMAINT UNWARRANTED CLAUSE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 9) EX POST FACTO LAWS4) PRIVACY OF 10) NON-IMPRISONMENT COMMUNICATIONS AND FOR DEBT CORRESPONDENCE 11) INVOLUNTARY5) FREEDOM OF SERVITUDE EXPRESSION 12) THE WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION
  3. 3. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS 7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION TRAVEL3) FREEDOM FROM 8) THE IMPAIRMAINT UNWARRANTED CLAUSE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 9) EX POST FACTO LAWS4) PRIVACY OF 10) NON-IMPRISONMENT COMMUNICATIONS AND FOR DEBT CORRESPONDENCE 11) INVOLUNTARY5) FREEDOM OF SERVITUDE EXPRESSION 12) THE WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION
  4. 4. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS 7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION TRAVEL The purpose of this 8) THE IMPAIRMAINT3) FREEDOM FROM clause is to safeguard UNWARRANTED CLAUSE the integrity ofSEIZURES SEARCHES AND valid 9) EX POST FACTO LAWS contractual 10) NON-IMPRISONMENT4) PRIVACY OF agreements against COMMUNICATIONS AND FOR DEBT unwarranted CORRESPONDENCE 11) INVOLUNTARY5) interference by the FREEDOM OF SERVITUDE State. EXPRESSION 12) THE WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION
  5. 5. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS 7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION the purpose is to TRAVEL3) safeguard the FREEDOM FROM 8) THE IMPERMAINT UNWARRANTED CLAUSE integrity of valid SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 9) EX POST FACTO LAWS contractual4)agreements against PRIVACY OF 10) NON-IMPRISONMENT COMMUNICATIONS AND FOR DEBT unwarranted CORRESPONDENCE 11) INVOLUNTARY interference by the SERVITUDE5) FREEDOM OF State. EXPRESSION 12) THE WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION
  6. 6. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS 7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION TRAVEL3) FREEDOM FROM 8) THE IMPAIRMAINT UNWARRANTED CLAUSE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 9) EX POST FACTO LAWS4) PRIVACY OF 10) NON-IMPRISONMENT FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND DEBT CORRESPONDENCE 11) INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE5) FREEDOM OF 12) THE WRIT OF HABEAS EXPRESSION CORPUS6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION 13) RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED
  7. 7. CHARACTERISTICS OF EX POST FACTO LAWS1. Refers to Criminal Matters2. Be Retroactive in its application3. To the prejudice of the accused
  8. 8. BILL OF ATTAINDERA legislative act that inflicts punishment without trial, its essence being the substitution of legislative fiat for a judicial determination of guilt.
  9. 9. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS 7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION TRAVEL3) FREEDOM FROM 8) THE IMPAIRMAINT UNWARRANTED CLAUSE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 9) EX POST FACTO LAWS4) PRIVACY OF 10) NON-IMPRISONMENT FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND DEBT CORRESPONDENCE 11) INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE5) FREEDOM OF 12) THE WRIT OF HABEAS EXPRESSION CORPUS6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION 13) RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED
  10. 10. DEBT “civil obligationarising from contract, expressedor implied.”
  11. 11. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS 7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION TRAVEL3) FREEDOM FROM 8) THE IMPAIRMAINT UNWARRANTED CLAUSE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 9) EX POST FACTO LAWS4) PRIVACY OF 10) NON-IMPRISONMENT FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND DEBT CORRESPONDENCE 11) INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE5) FREEDOM OF 12) THE WRIT OF HABEAS EXPRESSION CORPUS6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION 13) RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED
  12. 12. INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE “the condition of one who is compelled by force,coercion, or imprisonment, and against his will, to labor for another, whether he is paid or not.”
  13. 13. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS 7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION TRAVEL3) FREEDOM FROM 8) THE IMPAIRMAINT UNWARRANTED CLAUSE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 9) EX POST FACTO LAWS4) PRIVACY OF 10) NON-IMPRISONMENT FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND DEBT CORRESPONDENCE 11) INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE5) FREEDOM OF 12) THE WRIT OF HABEAS EXPRESSION CORPUS6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION 13) RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED
  14. 14. THE WRIT OFHABEAS CORPUS “a prerogative writ of Libertyemployed to test the validity of a person’s detention”
  15. 15. When Available?1. Subjected to Physical Restraint [Arbitrary Detention] and Moral Restraint2. Convicted by a court with no Jurisdiction3. Person sentence to a longer penalty compared to committing the same offense.4. Unlawful denial of Bail.
  16. 16. ARTICLE 3. BILL OF RIGHTS1) DUE PROCESS 7) LIBERTY OF ABODE &2) EQUAL PROTECTION TRAVEL3) FREEDOM FROM 8) THE IMPAIRMAINT UNWARRANTED CLAUSE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES 9) EX POST FACTO LAWS4) PRIVACY OF 10) NON-IMPRISONMENT FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND DEBT CORRESPONDENCE 11) INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE5) FREEDOM OF 12) THE WRIT OF HABEAS EXPRESSION CORPUS6) FREEDOM OF RELIGION 13) RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED
  17. 17. RIGHTS OF THEACCUSED
  18. 18. CRIMINAL DUE PROCESSSection 14 (1). No person shall be held to answer for a criminal offense without due process of law.

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