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6A stands for Sixth Amendment
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Amirante states he pushed his defense hardcore because of his belief in the sixth amendment, the right to fair trial.
Supreme Court trumpeted the Sixth Amendment right to counsel in Gideon v.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] "It's the right thing to do; I think there's a real Sixth Amendment issue that's implicated by the case in Manatee County," said Foster, who is on the board of directors of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, of his decision to represent Green's interests in the appeal.
A Texas death-row inmate, Jimmie Urbano Lucero, asked the justices for a new sentencing hearing, complaining that a jury foreman violated his Sixth Amendment fair-trial rights by reading a Bible passage aloud during jury deliberations at his murder trial.
However, notes Eddlem, "the MCA does not accord detainees either status as military detainees, nor as criminal detainees under the Sixth Amendment, as the Fifth Amendment clearly requires.
Setting aside questions about making the initial finding as an interlocutory matter for the moment, the notion of splitting the fact-finding responsibilities on the ultimate question of guilt between the military judge and the panel violates the Sixth Amendment right to trial by jury (62) or, in the alternative, the due process clause of the Fifth Amendment.