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Article I Section 10 Pennsylvania Constitution – Initiation of Criminal Proceedings; Twice in Jeopardy; Eminent Domain

Article I Section 10 Pennsylvania Constitution

Article I Section 10 Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is about Initiation of Criminal Proceedings; Twice in Jeopardy; Eminent Domain. Article I is titled Declaration of Rights, it has a preamble and 29 sections.

Initiation of Criminal Proceedings; Twice in Jeopardy; Eminent Domain

Except as hereinafter provided no person shall, for any indictable offense, be proceeded against criminally by information, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual service, in time of war or public danger, or by leave of the court for oppression or misdemeanor in office. Each of the several courts of common pleas may, with the approval of the Supreme Court, provide for the initiation of criminal proceedings therein by information filed in the manner provided by law. No person shall, for the same offense, be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall private property be taken or applied to public use, without authority of law and without just compensation being first made or secured.


See also: Article I Section 9 Pennsylvania Constitution

See also  Article V Section 7 Pennsylvania Constitution

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