Vol. 3, Issue 6 (2017)
Study and analysis of constitutional limitations in criminal law
Abstract: Constitutional limitations on fundamental rights and opportunities are legitimized infringement of established rights. Impermanent suspension of some fundamental rights and flexibilities can be made on the ground of a highly sensitive situation. Since most protected rights are not absolute, they can be constrained on premise of national security, open wellbeing, open good, open request, general wellbeing, and comparative grounds. Albeit both suspension and constraint ought to follow the prerequisites of need and proportionality, they are totally extraordinary in their origination and application.