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Suppose that a woman named Harriet Miller comes before the judge in a pretrial hearing.

She's charged with stealing thousands of dollars from her employer....

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Suppose that a woman named Harriet Miller comes before the judge in a pretrial hearing.

She's charged with stealing thousands of dollars from her employer.
She pleads guilty.
What are Harriet's rights under the Sixth Amendment?
A. Harriet doesn't have to be informed of the charge brought against her.
B. Harriet is guaranteed to a speedy trial.
C. Harriet won't stand trial but will be sentenced by the judge.
D. Harriet's case must go before a grand jury.

Answer

D. Harriet's case must go before a grand jury.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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