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What are the steps leading to a trail, the importance of the Sisxth Amendment, The process of jury selectin and the procedures of ajury trail. The fundamental philosphies surround the purpose of sentencing. The factors that go into the determination of each specific sentence and analyze the debate surrounding capital punishment. I have studied each. Confused about the answers. Someone please help

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