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The sixth and eighth amendments reflect the purpose of the Bill of Rights toprotect the rights of citizens.describe the separation of powers.assert the authority of the federal government.outline the federal system.
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The correct answer is to protect the rights of citizens. The sixth and eighth amendments reflect the purpose of the Bill of Rights to protect various rights. The 6th Amendment  guarantees an individual the right to a fair, speedy, and public trial. The Eighth Amendment protects citizens from excessive bail and excessive fines during pending trials as well as cruel punishment.
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