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Should criminal defendants be able to waive their right to trial by jury?

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Last answered 1 week ago

Criminal Trials Poll Results

Yes

81,322 votes

74%

No

28,540 votes

26%

Distribution of answers submitted by American voters.

3 Yes answers
2 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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The North Carolina Criminal Defendant Waiver of Trial by Jury (SB 399) ballot measure would allow criminal defendants who are not facing the death penalty to waive their right to trial by jury and instead be tried by a judge and is sponsored by Rep. Senator Peter Brunstetter. Learn more  or  See recent criminal trial news

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