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According to the Supreme Court, the defendant is protected by which constitutional amendment(s) during the plea bargaining process?
A. Fourth
B. Sixth
C. Eighth
D. None of the above

is it B


2. Which of the following is NOT an argument in support of plea bargaining?
A. Allows the prosecution to “overcharge”
B. Allows defense to dispose of cases quickly
C. Saves judicial resources
D. Allows prosecution to deal with case backlog

is it A

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