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How does a State avoid a Constitutional requirement?

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How does a State avoid a Constitutional requirement?

Postby country_hick » Thu May 04, 2017 8:19 pm

In Maine the right to trial by jury for criminal traffic tickets was recognized by the court ad to expensive for the legislature. What did they do in 1974-1975?

This is the short 24 page overview.

Suggest modifying Maine's Constitution to remove the right to trial by jury for all criminal trials. After all, why should the Constitution matter?
Then they went on to say that as all criminal charges require a free lawyer for the dispossessed and that is to expensive lets change the charge to a civil charge. The reason naturally was all about money. They however forgot about Maine constitution article 1 section 20 that says in all civil suits the parties shall have the right to a trial by jury so they are still in conflict with Maine's constitution.

The 228 page full report is below. I see dishonorable intentions all through both papers.
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