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The right to a fair trial in federal cases stems from what constitutional source?

A. The Sixth Amendment Speedy Trial Clause

B.The Fifth Amendment Just Hearing Clause

C. The Fourth Amendment Speedy Trial Clause

D. The Fifth Amendment Due Process Clause

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  1. The best answer is A the 6th amendment.

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