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What are the right of a person who is arrested by Police?

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Indian Constitution grants us several constitutional rights such as:

1.Right to equality (Article 14t to Article 18)
2.Right to freedom (Article 19to Article 22)
3.Right against exploitation (Article 23 to Article 24)
4.Right to freedom of religion (Articles 25 to article 28)
5.Cultural & educational rights (Articles 29 to article 30)
6.Right to Property (Article 31)
7.Right to constitutional remedies (Article 32).
8.Right to Privacy.

Out of these Constitutional Rights, Lawyer Guru Ji will tell you about the  Article 22 of the Indian Constitution, which in some cases provide protection against arrest and detention.
What are the right of a person who is arrested by Police?

Article 22 of the Indian Constitution,. Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases.

1. Under Article 22(1) of the Constitution of India, Right to be informed of the ground for arrest: 
In every case of arrest with a warrant or without a warrant, the person arresting shall communicate to the arrested person, without delay, the grounds for his arrest.
Section(50, 55, 75). Article 22(1) Right to be informed is a precious right of the arrested person and has been recognized by the Constitution of India has one of the fundamental rights.

2. Section 50 (2) of the Criminal Procedure Code 1973, Righ to be informed of the right to bail.
Every police officer arresting without a warrant any person accused of bailable is required to inform the person arrested that he is entitled to be a released on bail and that he may arrange for sureties on his behalf.

3.Section (56 or 76) of the Criminal Procedure Code 1973, Right to be produced before a magistrate without delay.
In case of every arrest, whether the arrest has been made with a warrant or without a warrant, without unnecessary delay and subject to the provision regarding bail to produce the arrested person before the magistrate or The court having jurisdiction in the case.

4.The right of not being detained for more than 24 hours without judicial scrutiny.
 In the case of every arrest, the person can not be detained for more than 24 hours without a judicial inquiry.The person making the arrest is required to produce the arrested person without unnecessary delay before the magistrate.
Section 57 of  the Criminal Procedure Code 1973, enables to magistrate to keeps check over the police investigation and it is necessary that the magistrate should try to enforce this requirement and where it is found disobeyed, come down heavily upon police

5. Article 22(1) of the Indian Constitution, Right to consult a legal practitioner on his own choice.
Section 303 of the Criminal Procedure Code 1973,  right be defended by a pleader of his choice.
 Article 22(1) of the Indian Constitution, Right to consult a legal practitioner on his own choice.
Section 303 of the Criminal Procedure Code 1973,  right be defended by an advocate of his choice, both recognized that the every arrested person have right to choose a legal practitioner for the consult.

6. Section 75 of the Criminal Procedure Code 1973,  Right to see the arrest warrant.
It is the duty of a police officer to arrest any person under the arrest warrant, to show him the warrant arrested. If the person is demanded.

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