The presumption of innocence is important because its innocent until proven guilty...... So if your innocent then you have nothing to worry about but if your guilty then for a short time you can say "hey i was innocent at… Full Answer
There is no relation as they do not correlate to one another. A 'presumption of innocence' is required of a judge and/or jury when trying a criminal matter. Whereas, 'negligence' is an action (or lack thereof), or state of mind… Full Answer
The presumption of innocence was first formulated in Roman law. In the 6th century, the Justinian Digest (a compendium of Roman law) stated it as: Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat, which means: "Proof lies on him who… Full Answer
It is important because its innocent until proven guilty...... But really you should find another website to look this up on I am 13 years old and I can type random things and answers on here and you can put… Full Answer
Not all rights are listed in the Constitution; some are given by states or common law. For example, children have a right to a free and appropriate public education, but this right is not listed in the Constitution. The right… Full Answer
Any accused person is innocent until proven guilty and has rights before, during and after a trial. The central concept is: The presumption of innocence until proven guilty The right of non-self incrimination The right to be judged by a… Full Answer
All defendants are entitled to a presumption of innocence and a defense against their charges. Some defense attorneys are motivated by the ideals of the law, some do it for money - some do it for both.