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In English practice habeas corpus was only authorized by the House of Commons and the right to suspend given to the Executive chief and it is by his digression to see if all conditions for habeas corpus should be suspended. Habeas corpus was an English common law which was first used by King Edward I in 1305 to force the sheriffs to bring prisoners to court to testify. In America the constitution left it to the federal government but that would all change in 1863 with The Habeas Corpus Suspension Act. Then in 1871 the Civil Rights Act gave the president the ability to suspend habeas corpus when an extreme detrimental plots against the federal government, which cannot be verified. In 2001 The Presidential Military order gave the president the right to detain non-citizens whoever were suspected to be terrorist combatants or supporters or
When the original 13 American colonies declared independence, and became a republic based on popular sovereignty, any person in the name of the people acquired the authority to initiate such writs. The U.S. Constitution includes the Habeas Corpus procedures in the Suspension Clause in Article 1, section 9, which states that the Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion that may harm the public’s safety. The suspension of the Habeas Corpus has occurred several times in U.S history, signed by Presidents Abraham Lincoln, George W, Bush and Barack Obama. On April 27, 1861 President Abraham Lincoln suspended the Habeas Corpus during the American Civil War, in response to riots and local militia actions, and the threat of Maryland seceding from the union leaving Washington D.C surrounded by hostile territory. On October 17 2006, President Bush signed a law suspending the right of the Habeas Corpus to persons determined by the U.S. to be an enemy combatant in the global war on terror.