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Are All Criminal Cases Heard by a Jury?
Are All Criminal Cases Heard by a Jury?

In the U.S., jury trials are a way to maintain a system of checks and balances. Because the state prosecutes criminal matters, having 12 impartial individuals hear and decide a case helps prevent the government from exerting too much power over its citizens’ freedoms. As ...

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