• how does a writ of habeas corpus safeguard individual freedom?

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  • A writ of habeas corpus safeguards individual freedom by ensuring that no person can be arrested, detained, or held in custody without adequate legal justification. The writ is a legal document that is issued by a court and demands that the custodian of a prisoner produce the prisoner in court. It also requires that they present a valid reason for their detention. If there is no valid reason, then the person must be released immediately. The writ prevents government officials from arbitrarily imprisoning people without cause. It ensures that the rights of individuals are not violated or abused by the government.

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      Gunnar Leblanc

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