How can the American legal system justify itself morally if it jeopardizes through its own rules the right of law-abiding citizens to personal peace and security?
Maybe you should go live in countries like South Africa or any other place in Africa for that matter, a country in the middle east, singapore, china, where human life is not exactly valued, to really get a feel about how good the American system can be!!!
How can the American legal system which is so devoted to protecting individual rights justify itself morally if it jeopardizes through its own rules the right of law-abiding citizens to personal p?
Which part of the Constitution is most directly related to the preservation of the personal liberties of American citizens?
The sole purpose of the U.S. Constitution is to establish a government in order to protect the individual liberties and natural rights of the citizens of the several States. Therefore there is practically no element of the Constitution that is not directly related to the preservation of personal liberties.