The Right to Notice of Charges

Ensure that defendants understand the accusations against them.
The right to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusations promotes accountability on the part of prosecution and law enforcement. This right protects individuals from being subject to jail time and other consequences without their knowledge and without an explanation of what they are accused of having done.

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Anatomy of the Sixth Amendment Webinar

This is an exciting discussion regarding an interactive justice system planning exercise, the “Anatomy of the Sixth Amendment.” We were.
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Maricopa County Superior Court testing virtual juries in civil cases

Arizona courts have made numerous changes in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. From checking visitors’ temperatures at entrances to having.
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Man lands job after officer gives him a ride to interview instead of a ticket

An Illinois man starts a new job on Tuesday and he has a police officer to thank for getting him.
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We’ve taken the “First Step” to reform our criminal justice system. What’s next?

Last night, I had the honor of moderating an important conversation on an issue that I’m passionate about – criminal.
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2019-05-16 02_00_43-(71) The Sixth Amendment, Equal Protection and Due Process (s7a) - YouTube
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The Sixth Amendment, Equal Protection and Due Process (s7a)

Counsel for the Defense The Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees a poor person accused of a crime.
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