Constitution of the Italian Republic

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Art. 13 (...) Any act of physical and moral violence against a person subjected to restriction of personal liberty shall be punished. (...) Art. 27. Criminal responsibility is personal. A defendant shall be considered not guilty until a final sentence has been passed. Punishments may not be inhuman and shall aim at re-educating the convicted. (...)

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National constitutional law
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Italy