What are the example cases of article III bill of rights section 3?
Article Three, Section 3 of the United States Constitution defines treason and its punishment. Three examples of treason as defined by Article Three, Section 3 are Cramer v. United States, Haupt v. United States and Kawakita v. United States. The first ten Amendments of the U.S. Constitution are jointly known as the Bill of Rights.
The Bill of Rights is a document created by the U.S. government which outlines rights inherently belonging to the citizens of the United States. Section 18 says that nobody shall be detained solely based on their political beliefs. It also says that no involuntary servitude shall exist except in cases where it is part of a criminal punishment and conviction.
Article Three of the United States Constitution establishes the judicial branch of the federal government. The judicial branch comprises the Supreme Court of the United States along with lower federal courts established pursuant to legislation by Congress. Section 2 specifies the subject-matter jurisdiction of the federal courts and requires trial by jury in all criminal cases, except impeachment cases. Section 3 defines treason and its punishment.