There are three basic Principles of Criminal Law which are as follows : 

1) First : 

          Every Person is presumed to be innocent until he is proved guilty,

2) Second : 

         The burden of Proving the guilty of accused lies heavenly on the prosecution and it must be discharged beyond reasonable doubt; and

3) Third : 

      The benefit of doubt is accorded to the accused coupled with the privilege of silence.


See also 

1) Rights of Accused 

2) Distinction / Difference between Criminal Conspiracy and Abetment

3) Advantages of open prisons

4) Theories of Collective violence

5) Main characteristics of open prisons

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