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the right to have felony cases heard by grand jury

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thanks this is the exact answer i needed
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yes thank you
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YEP!
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protection against excessive bail was the right answer to mine

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The correct answer to mines was B.) The right to a jury trial in noncrimanl cases
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same
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for me it was the right to have felony cases heard by grand jury

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c The right to a jury trial in noncriminal cases

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the right to have felony cases heard by grand jury

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