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The right not to confront your witnesses against you is protected by which amendment? A. Fifth Amendment B. Sixth Amendment C. Seventh Amendment D. Eighth Amendment
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What does the phrase "interpreting the law" mean? A. create the law B. translate the law into English C. act out the law D. explain the meaning of the law
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The phrase "interpreting the law" means explain the meaning of the law.
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