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Summary Bill or RIGHTS Article 3 Section 1-22

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Article 3 Section 1-22

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Summary Bill or RIGHTS Article 3 Section 1-22

  1. 1. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz © Page 1 Summary Bill of Rights Section 1-11: It focuses on the RIGHTS of the PEOPLE Section 12-22: Rights of the accused, an implication of historical array during Martial Law (1987 Constitution) SECTION 1: Right to LIFE, LIBERTY and PROPERTY and Equal protection of the laws SECTION 2: Warrant of Arrest, Search and Seizures, Probable Cause, Warrantless Arrest. SECTION 3: The Privacy of communication SECTION 4: Freedom of Speech; Right to a Free Press; Freedom of Assembly; the Right of Petition SECTION 5: The free exercise and enjoyment of religious profession &worship, w/o discrimination SECTION 6: The liberty of abode and the right to travel SECTION 7: The right of the people to information on matters of public concern shall be recognized. SECTION 8: The Right to Form Union SECTION 9: Right to Just Compensation SECTION 10: Non-Impairment Clause SECTION 11: Free Access to Court SECTION 12: Right of Person under Custodial Investigation SECTION 13: The Right to Bail & Against Excessive Bail SECTION 14: Rights of the Accused (the right to be heard by himself and counsel, to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation against him, to have a speedy, impartial, and public trial) SECTION 15: The Writ of the Habeas Corpus SECTION 16: The right to a speedy disposition of the cases SECTION 17: The right against self-incrimination SECTION 18: The Right to political beliefs and aspirations SECTION 19: The prohibition against cruel, degrading or inhuman punishment SECTION 20: Non- Imprisonment for debts SECTION 21: Right against double jeopardy
  2. 2. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz © Page 2 SECTION 22: Ex post facto law and bill of attainder Article III BILL OF RIGHTS Section 1: Right to life, liberty, and property • One should not be deprive of your life, liberty, and property. Section 2: Right against unreasonable searches and seizures. Section 3: Every person has the right to keep his communication or correspondence a secret. Section 4: Freedom of Speech. Right to a Free Press; Freedom of Assembly; the Right of Petition. Section 5: Freedom of Religion. Section 6: The liberty of abode & the right to travel. Section 7: The right to information. Section 8: Right to form associations Section 9: The Right to Just Compensation. Section 10: Non-Impairment Clause. Section 11: Free Access to Court Section 12: Right of Person under Custodial Investigation Section 13: The Right to Bail & Against Excessive Bail Section 14: Rights of the Accused • Right to Due Process of Law in Criminal Cases • Innocent until Proven Guilty • The Right to Confront One’s Accuser • Basis for Trials in Absentia. Section 15: Writ of Habeas Corpus Section 16: Right to Speedy Disposition of Cases. Section 17: Right against self- incrimination. Section 18: The Right to political beliefs and aspirations. Section 19: The prohibition against cruel, degrading or inhuman punishment Section 20: Non- Imprisonment for debts Section 21: Right against double jeopardy Section 22: Ex post facto law and bill of attainder
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