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The right to a fair trial is Right #10 in the Bill of Rights.
Right #11, you are always innocent until proven guilty, and Right #9, no unfair detainment tie in with this right.
This right makes it so that you cannot be put in jail without good, and valid reasons and evidence.
In a trial, the jury must be fair, and the judge cannot make you guilty without proving it with the witnesses and jury.
Overall, 1 in every 3 black men is likely to get convicted in their lifetime. Also, 1 in every 6 latino men, 1 in every 9 men in general, 1 in every 17 white men, 1 in every 18 women in general, 1 in every 45 latino women, 1 in every 56 in all women, and 1 in every 111 white women. Your race shouldn't matter in courts.
Over 10,000 people are wrongly convicted every year, out of the 2.2 million that are convicted. Most of these are mistaken witness IDs and false accusations.
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