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I was arrested 12 months ago. I’ve been accused of speeding, but I haven’t been given an opportunity to defend myself against the charge. I think they’re just going to leave me in this jail forever! Do I have a right to a speedy and fair trial? NO YES, in Amendment # ______

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    Not litterly... its just a question

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    you do have the right to a speedy trial and it's guaranteed by the 6th amendment http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sixth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution

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    yes

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