As a defendant in a criminal case, you have the following rights:
- To remain silent.
- Not to incriminate yourself.
- To have a speedy trial.
- To have the prosecutor prove every element of the charge against you beyond a reasonable doubt.
- To cross-examine witnesses who testify against you.
- To call and compel the attendance of witnesses on your own behalf.
- To testify on your own behalf.
- To appeal to a higher court if you are convicted.
- To be presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.