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According to the moral seriousness standard, the Sixth Amendment right to a jury trial extends to crimes that: (Points : 3) are petty and can be punished by more than six months
imprisonment are considered serious felonies with long imprisonment terms can be punished by less than six months imprisonment but that courts have determined have a certain "moral quality" that requires a jury trial involve sexual assault
According to the moral seriousness standard, the Sixth Amendment right to a jury trial extends to crimes that: are considered serious felonies with long imprisonment terms
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