Constitution of the Principality of Andorra

Adopted 1993




Chapter III. The fundamental rights of the person and public freedoms


Article 10

1. All persons shall have the right to jurisdiction and to have a ruling founded in the law, and to a due trial before an impartial tribunal established by law.

2. All persons shall have the right to counsel and the technical assistance of a competent lawyer, to trial within a reasonable time, to the presumption of innocence, to be informed of the charges against them, not to declare themselves guilty, not to testify against themselves and to appeal in criminal causes.

3. In order to guarantee the principle of equality, the law shall regulate the cases when justice shall be free of cost.