An Amendment to Create C.III.XV
Be it enacted by the State of Firestone Congress here assembled that:
Section 1: A new section shall be added to Article Three of the State Constitution, Section Fifteen.
Section 2: C.III.XV shall state: “Any person with an arrest warrant issued against them shall have the right to appeal said warrant. Warrants for arrest may be appealed for being unjust, excessive, unnecessary, fraudulent, or imposed biasedly. Appeals for arrest warrants shall go directly to the Appeals Court to prevent bias at a lower level. At Appeals Court, a justice with appellate jurisdiction who is not the issuer of said warrant shall hear the appeal, and may either decide to uphold or strike down the warrant. Justices conducting warrant appeals shall be immune from Article Three, Section Ten’s clause on meddling with another judge’s process. Should a warrant be upheld at the Appeals Court, it may be further challenged to the Supreme Court where they may decide in a final hearing to uphold or strike down the warrant.
Section 3: This amendment shall be enforced by the Judicial Branch.
Section 4: This amendment shall go into effect immediately upon passing both houses of Congress, but shall only apply to arrest warrants created after the passage of this amendment.
Section 5: All legislation in conflict with this shall be null and void.
DannyboyLaw, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
thekerbal, District Court Justice
FIoatmanjason, Chief Court Justice