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text The Sixth Amendment : the rights of the accused in criminal cases

Summary

Looks at the Sixth Amendment to the U.S. constitution, examining the state of the world before it was passed, how it came to be passed, and how the rights that it guarantees to those accused in criminal cases have been handled over the years.

Contents

Colonial law -- Strengthening the country's foundations -- Sixth Amendment : pieces of the whole -- Bill of Rights in action -- Living document.

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Description
64 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm.
Publisher
Rosen Central 2011

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TADL-WOOD J 345.73056 SHE in Juvenile Nonfiction Available

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