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Is it ever justifiable to take away a person's rights?

  • Yes rights can be taken away by 'due process of law.'

    Our rights are the legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom that we are granted by our citizenship. We can lose those rights when we fail to follow the laws of our society. When a person is convicted by a jury of their peers they have forfeited some of their rights, as defined by our laws.

  • Yes, if a person abuses their rights, they should have those rights taken away.

    A person who continuously abuses their rights or the rights of others should risk having their rights taken away. For example, if someone has the right to carry a firearm, yet they continue to place others at risk by illegally using that firearm, they should lose that right to carry a firearm.

  • Yes rights can be taken away by 'due process of law.'

    Our rights are the legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom that we are granted by our citizenship. We can lose those rights when we fail to follow the laws of our society. When a person is convicted by a jury of their peers they have forfeited some of their rights, as defined by our laws.

  • Yes, if a person abuses their rights, they should have those rights taken away.

    A person who continuously abuses their rights or the rights of others should risk having their rights taken away. For example, if someone has the right to carry a firearm, yet they continue to place others at risk by illegally using that firearm, they should lose that right to carry a firearm.

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