The Rules Of Habeas Corpus

The Rules Of Habeas Corpus

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The Rules Of Habeas Corpus
Habeas corpus is a forced court order which demands an individual to be removed from a court room. Typically speaking, a habeas corpus occurs when an individual is acting out of control, or in a threatening manner. The judge will then demand for a prison official, who is within the court, to remove the poorly acting individual from the court. 
 
 
Rules of habeas corpus can vary depending on the issue at hand; however, one rule is certain- if a judge does demand for an individual to be removed, they will be. Rules of habeas corpus protect the individual to their right of a fair trial. Therefore, an individual can demand a retrial while they are being withheld. If an individual is not fit for a retrial, they can then have someone speak on their behalf. 
 

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