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Should the Constitution be revised to prohibit the suspension of habeus corpus?

  • Constitution be revised

    The Constitution should be revised to prohibit the suspension of habeus corpus. If it is unethical and does not fit in with our day and time then the constitution should be revised in order to make it clear and the rights of everyone not be dismissed in order to rewrite it.

  • It is crucial.

    Yes, the constitution should be revised to prohibit the suspension of habeus corpus, because in times of war is when we need it most. Citizens are wary of their federal government these days. If we knew that we would always have our habeus corpus rights, we could go through our days with much more confidence.

  • Yes It Should

    I believe the Constitution should be revised to prohibit the suspension of habeus corpus. Habeus corpus stops law enforcement from holding a prisoner without a valid reason. It ensures that those that are detained will be seen by a judge. This right should never be suspended in America regardless of who the prisoner is or where he comes from.

  • No, the Constitution should worry about more important things.

    No, the Constitution, while it does need to be reformed, does not need to be reformed yet to prohibit the suspension of habeus corpus. We have greater issues at hand that the Constitution doesn't try to solve. We also have things in the Constitution's language that have ruined this country's fabric. We need to take care of those things first.


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