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A jury's role in a criminal case is to determine the guilt or innocence of a defendant. In accordance with this ...

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When an accused has been charged with an offense, he has a choice of whether to enter a not guilty, a no contest, ...

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A defendant is guaranteed the right to a public trial under the Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution. ...

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A defendant in a criminal prosecution is guaranteed the right to a jury trial under the Sixth Amendment to the ...

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Under the United States Code wiretaps are permitted after a proper application has been made for their usage. A ...

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Criminal litigation involves the government's prosecution of a person because of an alleged commission of a crime. ...

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State legislatures have passed laws setting up various state administrative agencies. Some examples of state ...

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If a litigant is dissatisfied with the trial court's judgment, the litigant can file an appeal. The party who files ...

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The independence of the judiciary is a central principle of a democracy. Judicial independence permits judges to ...

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Amicus curiae is a Latin term meaning "friend of the court." An amicus curiae is not a party to the lawsuit but is ...