Test: AP US Government


The Supreme Court Case of Gideon v. Wainwright (1963) held that there was a Constitutional right for 

defendants to be allowed to face any accusing witness.

defendants to appeal to federal courts in state cases.

defendants to have their specific rights read upon arrest.

defendants to have adequate legal counsel provided by the states.

defendants to be able to profit from their crimes.

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