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6th Amendment- Speedy and Public Trial

What is the 6th Amendment?
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Mackenzie Grant

on 17 December 2013

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6th Amendment – Speedy and Public Trials
The 6th Amendment basically gives the accused the right to a speedy trial, the right to a public trial...
The Founding Fathers created the Sixth Amendment, wanting to protect the basic rights of the accused.
The right to be judged by an impartial jury,
The right to obtain a lawyer,
The right to confront witnesses who will testify against the accused,
The right to find witnesses who will speak in favor of the accused,
and the right to be notified of the nature and circumstances of the alleged crime.
By: Mackenzie Grant
Bibliography

"CRS Annotated Constitution." CRS/LII Annotated Constitution Sixth Amendment. Legal Information Institute, n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2013.
"Amendment VI: Speedy Public Trial by Jury." The Rutherford Institute. The Rutherford Institute, n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2013.
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