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BILL OF RIGHTS (Article 3)

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Transcript of BILL OF RIGHTS (Article 3)

BILL OF RIGHTS (Article 3)
Section 20
Section 18
Right against illegal detention by reason of Political beliefs and aspirations.

Section 6
Section 1
Right of life
Right to own a property
Right of Liberty
Introduction
Overview
Article III
BILL OF RIGHTS
Section 1

Section 22
Section 3
CONCLUSION
E N D
Thank you for listening!!
What is the Bill of Rights for?
It enumerates the fundamental rights of the Filipino people.
It sets limits to the government's power which proves to be not absolute
Significance
To know the things we are entitled to against any government on earth, general or particular, and what no government should refuse or rest on inference.
Right of Privacy
References:
http://studentguild.blogspot.com/2012/09/summary-of-article-iii-of-philippine.html

http://philippines.ahrchk.net/news/mainfile.php/leg_sel/15/

http://www.reference.com/motif/society/philippine-bill-of-rights
The third article in the Constitution is the Philippine Bill of Rights.

The Bill of Rights is composed of 22 sections

The Bill of Rights marked rapid movement
towards a more democratic union
in the Philippines.

The Philippine Bill of Rights is
a crucial portion of the 1987 Constitution.
Right to be secured from any
unreasonable searches and seizures
Section 2
Warrant of Arrest-
an order in writing signed by
a judge stating that a person should be arrested.
Search Warrant-
an order in writing signed by
a judge stating for a search.
Right of Speech
Section 4
Section 5
Right to choose
freely a Religion
Right to travel and
seek a safe place to live.
Section 7
The right of the people
to information
Section 8
The right of the people to
form groups
Section 9
Private property shall not be
taken for public use
without just compensation.
Section 10
No law impairing the obligation
of contracts shall be passed.
Section 11
Right to have a free
access to the courts
Section 12
Right to remain silent
Section 13
Right against the use
of force, torture, violence,
threat, intimidation
Section 14
Right to undergo the process of law

Section 15
Right to habeas corpus
Section 16
Right to a speedy disposition of cases
Section 17
Right against self-incrimination
Section 19
Right against excessive fines
No person shall be imprisoned
for debt or non-payment
of a poll tax.
Section 21
No person shall be twice put
in jeopardy of punishment
for the same offense.
Section 22
No ex post facto law
or bill of attainder shall be enacted.
The Bill of Rights is composed of 22 sections
Cover the basic rights and liberties of the people of the Philippines.
Provides legal documentation of a citizen's rights
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