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A woman accuses a local community leader of stealing from her. She is afraid of the backlash from people who are loyal to the suspected thief, but in order to bring the case to court, she is forced to reveal her identity. 

What part of the Bill of Rights is the basis for this decision?   A. The First Amendment's guarantee that even those who are accused of a crime still have freedom of expression B. The Seventh Amendment's requirement that those who are accused of a crime have the right to a trial by jury C. The Sixth Amendment's declaration that people accused of a crime have the right to know who their accusers are D. The Fourth Amendment's prohibition against unlawful search and seizure

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C. The Sixth Amendment's declaration that people accused of a crime have the right to know who their accusers are.

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