You have the right to an attorney during court proceedings. If you qualify with low income you may be entitled to a public defender or court appointed attorney.
RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT:
You have the right not to self incriminate yourself and not to be forced to confess to a crime without notice of your constitutional rights.
RIGHT TO CONFRONT WITNESSES:
You have the right to question any witnesses face to face.
RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL:
You have a right to a speedy and public trial for most crimes. During the trial you have the right to a jury of your peers. The jury must be unanimous. You are presumed innocent and must be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT OF NOTICE:
You have the right to be notified of the reason you are being detained. You must be given a written copy of all charges. You have the right to bail in most cases.
RIGHT TO PRODUCE EVIDENCE:
You have the right to offer testimony and evidence to establish doubt.