Ratified in 1791, the Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution sets forth rights related to criminal prosecutions. The amendment requires a speedy and public trial as well as an impartial jury; it also encompasses the confrontation clause. The Confrontation Clause provides that “in ...[Continue Reading]
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About Maison Bergeron (1 Articles)
Maison Bergeron is a second-year law student at Campbell University and serves as a Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. Maison grew up in Westfield, Massachusetts, and graduated from Westfield State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Political Science in 2020. At Campbell, Maison is involved with the Expunction project, and pro bono work with at-risk juveniles through the Restorative Justice Clinic. Maison has completed an internship at the Wake County Courthouse and currently works at a family law firm in Raleigh. She has an interest in family law and collaboration, and also enjoys topics that deal with the intersection between legal data and technology.