The Weimar Constitution

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Article 109
All Germans are equal before the law
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Article 114
Personal freedom is inviolable. No restraint or deprivation of personal liberty by the public power is admissable, unless authorised by law.
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Article 115
The residence of every German is a sanctuary for him and inviolable
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Article 116
No one may be punished for an act unless such an act was legally punishable at the time when it was committed
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Aritcle 117
The secrecy of correspondance, as well as the secrecy of postal and telephonic communications, is inviolable
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Article 118
Every German is entitled within the limits of the general law to freely express his opinion by word of mouth, writing, printing, pictoral representation, or otherwise. Laws are also permitted for the purpose of combating pornographic publications.
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Article 124
All Germans have the right to form societies or associations for any object that does not run counter to the criminal law. The same provisions apply to religious societies and bodies
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Personal freedom is inviolable. No restraint or deprivation of personal liberty by the public power is admissable, unless authorised by law.

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The secrecy of correspondance, as well as the secrecy of postal and telephonic communications, is inviolable

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