Articles by Maison Bergeron
About Maison Bergeron (1 Articles)
Maison Bergeron is a third-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.
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]