Answer: There are three Latin phrases in the U.S. Constitution. “Habeas corpus”
refers to the legal requirement that a prisoner must be physically present
in court for their trial. The Constitution also uses “pro tempore” in
reference to the “president for a time” who presides over the Senate in the
absence of the VP. Finally, the Constitution prohibits “ex post facto” law,
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