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Publicēts: 21.05.2006.
Valoda: Angļu
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The whole common sense behind this and other Court rulings in the 1960s was the belief that the use of constitutional rights shouldn't depend on a person's wealth or education. Furthermore, the most important principle from this trial, is proof of the dominance of the federal government over the states. As the years passed, the Court opened up the criminal justice system, made it more democratic, and permitted even people accused of crimes to share fully in what the Constitution promised to all Americans, basic liberties to ensure that they received a fair trial. Both the fourteenth and sixth amendment were violated according to Clarence Gideon when he was tried in court the first time after he was denied the right to be represented decently by an attorney. This case also shows both the importance of having a lawyer and the key role of the courts in providing counsel. This Supreme court decision affected history and is still a major part of the legal system today. Overall, the Supreme Court's decisions have had major impacts on the way we live. If the Supreme Court hadn't made this decision, then no one else would have bothered or been able to convince people to change their behavior. The Courts ability of judicial review and the courts control of the way the laws are carried out have molded the society to what it is today.…

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