Constitutional Rights

Definition - What does Constitutional Rights mean?

Constitutional rights refer to the rights reserved or given to the general public in the United States or any other country by the Bill of Rights or its constitution.

Justipedia explains Constitutional Rights

Constitutional rights include freedom of speech, religion, petition, and assembly, no self incrimination, right to speedy trial, right to bail, no unusual and cruel punishment, and many more.

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