Betts V. Brady Case Study

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As though it is not a fundamental right to have an appointed counsel to those who cannot afford one, Betts v. Brady did bring up rather valid points. The Court goes back to the foundation of our “adversary system.” It claims that a person whom has no funds to obtain an attorney is more likely to have an unjust trial. The court states that much money is used to charge or “accuse” defendants of crimes they may or may not have committed. Prosecutors which are lawyers of the government are to be looked at as a necessity to keep public order. However, it does not make sense that only prosecutors can keep public order without the publics best interest in a poor individual. Wealthy defendants have the ability to hire the best lawyers to represent
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