Criminal Justice Quiz

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Klopfer v. North Carolina (1967) 

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U.S. v. Taylor (1988)

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Brady v. Maryland (1963) 

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U.S. v. Bagley (1985)  

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Gideon v. Wainwright (1963) 

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Argersinger v. Hamlin (1972) 

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In re Gault (1967) 

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Held an indigent defendant has a Sixth Amendment right to legal representative appointed in all State criminal trials.

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Held under the Fourteenth Amendment all juveniles accused in a criminal case has many of the same Due Process rights as adults. 

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Held the accused in any criminal prosecution involving the potential deprivation of liberty is entitled to counsel (this included misdemeanor cases).

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Held when delay is the result of actions by the defendant, the 70 day rule does not apply.

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Held a speedy trial is a fundamental guarantee of the U.S. Constitution.

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Held the prosecution must disclose any evidence in its possession the defense requests.

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Held the prosecution is required to disclose to the defense any “exculpatory evidence” in its possession that directly or indirectly relates to claims of either guilt or innocence.

 

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