Constitutional Rights in the American Law

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People are entitled to their constitutional rights, and should be treated equally when suspected, accused or convicted of committing a crime.According to the law, rights and privelleges of all people, accused of crime, in the modern legal systems include a presumption that a person is innocent until proved guilty.

In the US one is notified immiadiately after being accused of a crime and is given the right to a counsel and not to answer a questions if answering might be self incriminating. Some people have contended that this ideal is not fully realized as far as the operations of the criminal justice are concerned. The system of criminal justice puts together law enforcing agencies that have the mandate to perform the functions of the criminal justice.