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The 6th Amendment right to a public trial is meant to safeguard the rights of the a. public. b. media. c. defendant. d. party filing criminal charges against the defendant.
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The 6th Amendment right to a public trial is meant to safeguard the rights of the defendant.
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The 6th Amendment right to a public trial is meant to safeguard the rights of the: Defendant.

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Based on the three tests used by the Supreme Court to determine whether or not the right of equal protection is being violated, the following scenario violates which test? One state decides to limit the availability of public education to individuals who do not pay property taxes. a. Rational Basis Test c. Normal Presumption b. Suspect Classifications d. Fundamental Rights
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The knight undertakes a quest to a. discover the most beautiful noblewoman in England b. find a perfect wife for himself c. learn what it is that women want most d. protect women from evil upon the road to Canterbury
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was arguably the most influential leader of the civil rights movement.
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