In the case of In re Gault, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a child alleged to be a juvenile delinquent had the following rights?

In the case of In re Gault, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a child alleged to be a juvenile delinquent had the following rights?

A. The right to a trial by jury.
B. The right to counsel.
C. The right to prepare one’s own case.
D. The right to remain silent during police questioning

Answer: The right to counsel.

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