Habeas Corpus Act

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The Habeas Corpus Act declared the rights of prisoners not to be held unless there is a good reason. The Habeas Corpus Act was passed under the rule of Charles II in England in 1659. It became a basic right under the U.S. Constitution, Article One, Section Nine.