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The stipulations contained in the bill of rights is tem amendments ranging from amendment I to Amendment X which are all connected to the criminal proceedings. Amendments act as the primary provisions in criminal proceedings by guiding the criminal proceedings on ways that can be implemented to better the proceedings. The proceedings entail securing persons against unreasonable searches that shall not violate the criminal proceedings of the judicial system. The provisions in the bill also relate to criminal proceedings because in all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial. Moreover, the connection between the provisions of the Bill and criminal proceedings relate based on provision V. the provision entails that an individual shall not be responsible to answer for a capital crime unless it is based on a indictment of the grand jury. Thus, there is a huge connection between what is contained in the bill of rights and its relation to criminal proceedings.
Ferdico, J., Fradella, H., & Totten, C. (2015). Criminal Procedure for the Criminal Justice Professional: Edition 12, Cengage Learing.
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