The U. S. Constitution establishes that an accused person is presumed to be innocent, until he or she is proven


The U. S. Constitution establishes that an accused person is presumed to be innocent, until he or she is proven guilty. This part of the Constitution is often called the “due process” clause. Explain two ways in which due process is observed to protect the rights of the accused.


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