The Providence Journal: The right to a defense

The Providence Journal OpinionThe American system of justice strives, in fits and starts, toward fairness. Several features help achieve this goal: trial by jury, clear rules of evidence and others.
But a central element — perhaps the central element — of the American justice system is that it is weighed toward the defendant.Read more on NewsOK.com

The Providence Journal Opinion

The American system of justice strives, in fits and starts, toward fairness. Several features help achieve this goal: trial by jury, clear rules of evidence and others.

But a central element — perhaps the central element — of the American justice system is that it is weighed toward the defendant.
Read more on NewsOK.com

Read more on Newsok 

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