The Habeas Corpus Act (1679) made it unlawful for a person to be_______.
A)executed by torture
B)held indefinitely in jail
C)denied religious freedom
D)taxed without the consent of Parliament
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Habeas Corpus is an Act of Parliament, still in force today, which ensures that no one can be imprisoned unlawfully. Literally translated, ‘habeas corpus’ means ‘you may have the body’ (if legal procedures are satisfied). This sounds like a strange phrase, but in medieval times it was the expression used to bring a prisoner into court. It later became used to fight against arbitrary detention by the authorities.
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