Titus Oates : The Faults Case Analysis

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“This provision was written in because of a case where a man named Titus Oates lied and caused many innocent people because of it.”
This provision was written in because of a case where a man named Titus Oates lied and people who did not deserve punishment died.
This law was made because Titus Oates, an unlawful man lied and many people died merely because he didn’t want to go to jail.
“His testimony was responsible for the execution of some 35 persons, but, as the frenzy subsided, inconsistencies were discovered in his story.”
His testimony was responsible for the death of some 35 people, but, as the frenzy subsided, flaws in his story were discovered.
Titus Oates told a great lie however after the madness that his lies ensued, the flaws and holes in his stories were found and he was exposed.
Bail also promotes the ideal of being innocent until proven guilty, in that a defendant is not punished with jail time before he or she actually has been convicted.
Bail also promotes the ideal of being innocent until proven guilty, in that a defendant is not punished with jail time before he or she is actually proven to have done the crime.
The rule of being innocent until proven guilty is promoted in the eighth amendment as well. That mean the person being charged shall not face jail time until it is proven that they have done the crime.
The Eighth Amendment however, does not guarantee an absolute right to be released on bail before trial. The U.S. Supreme Court has identified

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