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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spousal_privilege

Spousal privilege is a term used in the law of evidence to describe two separate privileges: the ... the privilege from being called to testify in proceedings relating to his/her spouse. ... Both the witness-spouse and the party-spouse hold the spousal communications .... "High Court rules spouses have no right to privacy". PM.

www.answers.com/Q/The_accused_has_the_right_to_bring_his_or_her_own_witnesses_to_testify_on_his_behalf

The accused has the right to bring his or her own witnesses to testify on his .... If you have been subpoenad by the state to testify as a witness on behalf of the ...

www.answers.com/Q/Which_Amendment_guarantees_that_an_accused_has_the_right_to_bring_his_or_her_own_witnesses_to_testify_on_his_or_her_behalf

Which amendment guarantees your right not to be a witness against yourself? ... Name the two witnesses who testify on johnny's behalf? Cilla and Isaanah. ... The accused has the right to bring his or her own witnesses to testify on his behalf?

www.justice.gov/usao-mdal/victim-and-witness-assistance-program/rights

Jun 10, 2015 ... Defendant: The person accused of committing a crime. The Victim-Witness Program. Each United States Attorney's office has a Victim-Witness program which is staffed .... not to try a defendant right away, or not to bring charges immediately, ... By pleading guilty, the defendant waives his or her right to trial.

www.justice.gov/usao-nj/victim-witness/handbook

Mar 24, 2015 ... Each United States Attorney's office has a Victim-Witness program which is ... from the accused offender;; The right to be notified of court proceedings;; The right to ... The AUSA is ethically bound not to bring criminal charges unless the legally ... By pleading guilty, the defendant waives his or her right to trial.

legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Sixth+Amendment

In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public ... witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defense. .... by itself, infringe on a black defendant's right to an impartial jury despite her .... Defendants also have a Sixth Amendment right to testify on their own behalf.

lawshelf.com/courseware/entry/the-right-to-compulsory-process

The prosecutor has the power to compel witnesses to attend by using the police system ... Connie kept close watch over him to make sure he didn't take any of her ... or, by his behavior, causes a defense witness to fail to testify by intimidating the ... who pointed to Henry and accused him of being her attacker, Clyde seeks to ...

supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/356/148/case.html

(b) By taking the stand and testifying in her own behalf, petitioner waived the right to invoke ... Thereafter, petitioner took the stand as a witness in her own behalf. .... "[H]e has no right to set forth to the jury all the facts which tend in his favor .... takes the stand in a civil case to that of an accused testifying on his own behalf in a ...

www.fedbar.org/For-the-Media/Legal-Definitions.aspx

Arraignment - Proceeding in which the accused is brought before the court to plead to a ... Attachment - The act of taking property by some type of order to bring a ... Civil Action - A lawsuit brought to enforce private rights; in general, any type of ... a legal proceeding by a party that has not called the witness as his/her witness.