Podcasts | Constitutionally Speaking

Episode 38: Know Your Rights

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Jay and Luke take you through the parts of the Sixth Amendment, from speedy and public trials, to the subpoena power. What constitutes an impartial trial and why do we have to have trials in the locality where a crime is committed? The guys connect the Sixth Amendment back to the political and military amendments to outline exactly how Madison imagined using juries to enforce the liberties guaranteed by the early amendments in the Bill of Rights.

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