Constitution Chapter - The Enforcement System

Unified Court Hierarchy

The President of the Court

Classifications of and Penalties for Crimes

Power of Seizure

Power of Subpoena

Punishment for Crimes

Punitive Labor

Proportional Penalties

Trial Process and Fundamental Penalty Structure

Constraints on Interrogation

The Fugitive

On Obstruction of Justice

On Seizure of Evidence

On Encryption

On the Victim

Expert Witnesses

Audiences in Trial

Viability of Documentary Evidence

On Fee and Penalty Assessment

Privately Initiated Litigation

Automatic Litigation of Biological Crime

Inconsistent Evidentiary Presentation, Accusations, and Convictions

Repeated Trials

Terms of Incarceration

Effect of New Evidence

Special Use of Force in Pursuit of Justice

Announcement of Proximity of Violent Criminal

Liability for Law-Breaking

Monitoring of Inmates

On Extradition

Publication of Convictions

Inflexibility and Impartiality of Arrest and Prosecution

Non-Viability of Acquittal by Procedural Fault

Non-viability of Trespasser Prosecution

Abdication by Informed Risk-Taker of Right to Litigate

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