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😷Kyle Bass😷 Nov 7
We must maintain our founding principles here in the United States. I believe every US citizen has the right to face their accuser (including POTUS). That’s why we have The Bill of Rights.
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Adriana Martinez-Lqamari 25 Aug 16
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SCOTUSblog 19 Apr 16
Today hears argument in case US v. Bryant. previews --
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Katherine K. Moy 22 Mar 17
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OffGuardian Jan 18
How long before the American people realise their constitution and is now nothing but a museum piece?
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Dawnn B. Wallace 9 Dec 15
It wouldn't take this long for a verdict in the trial if the jury was diverse. I won't be surprised if he walks.
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R. Scott Moxley Jul 16
Who Aided OC Sheriff in the Secret Monitoring of Attorney-Client Calls From Jail? | OC Weekly
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Jessica Smith 29 Jul 17
Interrogation week #7: counsel right applies at all "critical" stages; questioning by cops = critical stage
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#UpTheRebels 15 Dec 14
I support . because . And many other reasons.
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ACLU of Idaho 15 Feb 18
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425Parky Feb 21
Replying to @MaribethSchmidt
How would it be possible to confront an accuser the prosecution said was "known only to God"?
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Copwatch 10 Jun 15
There should be federal law that once someone has been held in jail w/o trial for too long, they must be released. Oh wait, .
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Rodney Reed Sep 9
Replying to @ewarren
I’m being executed in November for a crime I did not commit. New policies and provisions are just a band-aid solution if bias, corruption, racism and white supremacist agendas pollute our Justice System. . Protect the
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Oshma 7 Oct 16
Replying to @TallahForTrump
Hillary Clinton was upholding the . You know, the right to a lawyer. Or do you stop at the Second?
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Jenifer Wicks 8 Apr 16
Orleans judge halts prosecutions, orders release of 7 unrepresented defendants
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Tony Monetti 🇺🇸 12 Apr 18
Concerning our Governor and AG: “Innocent until proven guilty” applies to everyone. Let the judge sentence. Let’s demand due process, the Constitution, and accountability.
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Jeremiah Mosteller Nov 4
Acquitted-conduct sentencing is an affront to and that leaves a defendant suffering the punishment for conduct they were found not guilty of by a jury
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Jenny Kim 7 Sep 18
Replying to @NACDL
2 leaders - Mark Holden and immediate past president of Rick Jones!
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Fix Criminal Justice 17 Oct 15
. Mark Holden expl work w/ re reforms working on together impt of having attorney representation
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DCACDL 16 Mar 18
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