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A man is arrested. (1) The police hold him for several days before telling him the charge against him. (2) He calls an attorney who makes plans for the trial. (3) At the trial, various witnesses are called to testify against the man. (4) However, his attorney is not allowed to ask questions of the witnesses. (5) A judge finds him guilty of the crime. Which stages in this situation seem to be violations of the man's Sixth Amendment rights?

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Answer 1
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parts 1 and 4 are violations. police cannot legally do that.

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