Amendments V and VI
The Body of Liberties of the Massachusets Collonie in New England1641Sources 151, 153, 155
Every man that findeth himselfe unfit to plead his owne cause in any Court shall have Libertie to imploy any man against whom the Court doth not except, to helpe him, Provided he give him noe fee or reward for his paines.
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No man shall be twise sentenced by Civill Justice for one and the same Crime, offence, or Trespasse.
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Everie Action betweene partie and partie, and proceedings against delinquents in Criminall causes shall be briefly and destinctly entered on the Rolles of every Court by the Recorder thereof. That such actions be not afterwards brought againe to the vexation of any man.
The Founders' Constitution
Volume 5, Amendments V and VI, Document 2
The University of Chicago Press
Sources of Our Liberties. Edited by Richard L. Perry under the general supervision of John C. Cooper. [Chicago:] American Bar Foundation, 1952.
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