The fact that individuals accused of a crime are innocent until proven guilty and safeguarded by a robust set of rights and protections is one of the things that sets the United States apart from many other nations. According to the Sixth Amendment, individuals accused of crimes have a number of important rights, including the right to a speedy trial, to a jury of peers, to be informed of the charges against them, to an attorney and witnesses in their defense, and to face their accuser. This book reviews the history of the Sixth Amendment, including the events that inspired it and the major Supreme Court cases related to it.
The book covers multiplication and division of time, decimals, money, fractions, integers, and mixed numbers. It also reviews multiplication and division facts, math with multiples of ten, regrouping, estimation, and problem solving. This math book can be used by students, either alone or with a parent or tutor. Students can refresh their multiplication and division skills, or learn them for the first time.
Accenting the efforts of the Prohibition groups such as the Women’s Christian Temperance Union and the Anti-Saloon League, author Amy Graham reviews the events and sentiments of the times that led to the short-lived existence of the Eighteenth Amendment. Also revisited are the times of bootleggers, speakeasies, and names like Al Capone, all of which contributed to the eventual creation of the Twenty-first Amendment.