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There is no Amendment that guarantees a trial by a jury of one's peers. The 6th Amendment guarantees the right of trial by an impartial jury, but not of a jury composed of one's peers.

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What is the sixth amendment guarantee?

It guarantees a speedy and public trial with a jury of your peers.


If you go to trial for a crime the constitution guarantees us ''a jury of your peers'' who are your peers?

There is nothing in the Constitution or Bill of Rights that guarantees a trial by a jury of one's peers. The 6th Amendment refers only to an impartial jury. In fact it does not mention a requirement of 12 jurors not that their decision be unanimous.


The amendment guarantees a speedy and public trial while the amendment guarantees a trial by jury in federal cases.?

Sixth; Seventh


The constitution guarantees you the right to what type of trial?

by your peers and fast and speedy


Which amendment guarantees the right to a lawyer during a trial?

6th amendment


What guarantees trial by jury?

Trial by jury is guaranteed by the first amendment.


Which amendment guarantees people the right to a lawyer during trial?

6th amendment


Does amendment 8th guarantees everyone a speedy trial?

No I believe that would amendment 6


If you sending someone for five hundred dollars which amendment guarantees you a trial by jury?

the 7th Amendment


Importance of sixth amendment?

It guarantees the right to a speedy and fair trial


What amendment guarantees a trial before an impartial jury (one that favors neither side).?

6th amendment


In article 3 a person accused of a crime has the right to what type of trial?

You have the right to a fair and speedy trial by a jury of your peers. The Sixth Amendment guarantees a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed. It does not guarantee a jury of one's peers.