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Should the United States extend the same constitutional due process protections to non-citizens accused of terrorism as it does to citizens?

  • US Should Extend Constitutional Due Process to Non-Citizens Accused of Terrorism

    Yes, the United States should extend constitutional due process to non-citizens accused of terrorism because non-citizens are still human beings with certain inalienable rights that cannot be ignored. A non-citizen should still be granted these rights and not have them ignored purely based upon their national status or nation of origin.

  • Yes, non-citizens accused of terrorism should be subjected to the same constitutional due process protections that citizens have.

    I believe terrorists should have the same constitutional due process protections that citizens have because our constitution states that everyone should be subjected to a trial by jury, so that should be effective for anyone getting tried in our court systems. Even for those non citizens accused of terrorism. I believe that our founding fathers made that so because it shows how a democracy operates in courts and trials.

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