Comment: Yes, most of the Bill of Rights were pretty good laws.

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Yes, most of the Bill of Rights were pretty good laws.

Unhappily, most of them are now illegal, including the Sixth. A jury that doesn't know its right to judge the law as well as the facts of the case . . . a jury which is usually sworn to enforce whatever the judge tells them the law is . . . is no defense at all against tyranny. Have you EVER met a libertarian, anarchist or Ron Paul supporter who has actually served on a jury? Bet you haven't. Voir dire sucks. And I have heard that lawyers who try to inform juries of their Constitutional rights and duties can be held in contempt of court, and even disbarred. Can you tell me if that's true, B'more?

Recommended reading: The Most Dangerous Superstition by Larken Rose