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What does the right to an impartial jury mean
The right to impartial jury means Prior to the Court's extension of a right to jury trials in state courts, it was firmly established that if a State chose to provide juries they must be impartial ones.
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User: What does the right to an impartial jury mean

Weegy: The right to impartial jury means Prior to the Court's extension of a right to jury trials in state courts, it was firmly established that if a State chose to provide juries they must be impartial ones.



User: What does the right to confront witnesses means

Weegy: The right to confront witnesses means The defense must have an opportunity to "confront" and cross-examine witnesses. [ The Confrontation Clause relates to the common law rule preventing the admission of hearsay, that is to say, testimony by one witness as to the statements and observations of another person to prove that the statement or observation was accurate. ]
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