Statutory Rights of the Accused in the Philippines; The important Key Points

Statutory Rights are the enactment of rights provided by the State or Government. An accused in a criminal proceeding has an entitled right to defend himself in the court.

WHAT ARE MIRANDA RIGHTS AND HOW IT STARTED

Miranda Rights is a constitutional privilege and must be performed during an arrest. The accused has the right to remain silent and can request a legal counsel on his behalf. Anything he says can be used against him. If he cannot provide an attorney he will be given one.

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