Cases Involving the 7th Amendment?

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The 7th Amendment to the United States Constitution is part of the Ten Amendments to the Constitutionof the US passed by the initial Congress. The 7th Amendment guarantees an accused person the right to a trial by jury in most civil cases and also guarantees that facts decided by those juries cannot be re-examined at a later date.
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The most relevant court case involving the 7th Amendment is Tull vs. The United States. This amendment says that any value in a controversy that is greater than ...
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