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Right to a jury trial

Definition

A constitutional right to a jury trial exists under the Sixth Amendment, in federal and state criminal trials where a defendant faces punishment of greater than six months’ imprisonment, and under the Seventh Amendment, in federal civil cases where a plaintiff seeks money damages.

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