Difference between revisions of "Right to a Fair Trial"

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* Every person is entitled to a fair hearing within a reasonable time by an independent and impartial court (s (18)(9) Constitution)
 
* Every person is entitled to a fair hearing within a reasonable time by an independent and impartial court (s (18)(9) Constitution)
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== Rights of the accused ==
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'''Table of Contents'''
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===Rights with Police ===
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* [[Arrest]]
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* [[Right to Silence]]
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* [[Search and Seizure]]
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* [[Right to Counsel]]
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* [[Confessions]]
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* [[Pretrial Identification]]
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===Rights at Detention===
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* [[Right to Counsel]]
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* [[Right to Habeas Corpus]]
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* [[Right to be free of punishment]]
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* Right to medical care
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===Rights at Trial===
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* [[Right to a Fair Trial]]
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* [[Right to Notice of Charges]]
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* Right to Trial by Jury
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* [[Right to Compulsory Process]]
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* [[Right to Confront Witnesses]]
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* [[Right to a Speedy Trial]]
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* [[Right to Counsel (Trial)| Right to Counsel]]
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* [[Presumption of Innocence]]
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* [[Double Jeopardy]]
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===Sentencing===
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* Right to sentence free of torture
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* [[Right to sentence without cruel or unusual punishment]]
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* [[Death Sentence]]
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* Right to fines that are not excessive
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* [[Ex Post Facto Punishment]]
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* [[Right to Appeal]]
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===Rights in Prison===

Revision as of 08:52, 31 May 2010