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Article IX – Any man being presumed innocent until he is declared culpable, if it is judged indispensable to arrest him, any rigor which would not be necessary for the securing of his person must be severely reprimanded by the law.
- Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen of 1789




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Article IX – Tout homme étant présumé innocent jusqu’à ce qu’il ait été déclaré coupable, s’il est jugé indispensable de l’arrêter, toute rigueur qui ne sera pas nécessaire pour s’assurer de sa personne doit être sévèrement réprimée par la loi.”
- Déclaration des droits de l'homme et du citoyen de 1789

German
Artikel 9 – Da jeder solange als unschuldig anzusehen ist, bis er für schuldig befunden wurde, muss, sollte seine Verhaftung für unumgänglich gehalten werden, jede Härte, die nicht für die Sicherstellung seiner Person notwendig ist, vom Gesetz streng unterbunden werden.”
- Erklärung der Menschen- und Bürgerrechte von 1789

Italian
Art. IX – Dovendosi presumere innocente ogni uomo sino a che non sia stato dichiarato colpevole, se il suo arresto sarà giudicato indispensabile, deve però essere dalla legge severamente represso ogni rigore che non necessario per assicurarsi della sua persona.”

Spanish
Art. IX – Todo hombre es considerado inocente hasta que ha sido declarado convicto. Siempre que su detención se haga indispensable, la Ley ha de reprimir con severidad cualquier rigor que no sea indispensable para asegurar su persona.”




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