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Gideon vs Wainwright
You walk into a court room with a layman's knowledge of the law and are defending yourself on a crime you did not commit. The proceedings to come are to complex for your physique and you are too poor to afford a lawyer. After representing yourself in the court you are found guilty by jury of your peers and charged with sentences that is unfairly fitted with the crime that you are accused of committing. Looking out the barred window, you realize all the freedoms that were unfairly stripped away from you and wonder, what would've happened if you had a lawyer to help you with your case. This is what could have happened to many people if it was not for the Justice Hugo L. Black requiring state courts to appoint attorneys for all individuals accused of crime if they cannot afford one. …
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