fair trial

Definition of "fair trial"
  1. A trial that is managed in a just manner and abides by set legal procedures, presided over by an unbiased judge. The defendant is guaranteed their rights as stated by either the U.S. Constitution, the relevant state constitution, or other specific laws
How to use "fair trial" in a sentence
  1. The judge ensured a fair trial by remaining impartial and upholding the defendant's constitutional rights.
  2. Every defendant has the right to a fair trial where lawful procedures are followed accurately.
  3. Proper legal representation is crucial to a fair trial, ensuring that the defendant's rights are protected.

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