The Sixth Amendment says that anyone accused of a criminal offense has the right to enjoy a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury, in the district where the crime was committed, to be informed of the charges against him, to be confronted with witnesses, to compel witnesses in his favor, and to the assistance of counsel in his defense. This Amendment was written because the British rather enjoyed taking Colonists to unfriendly districts like England to stand for trial, and every other point of the Amendment is there because of specific offenses. The Founding Fathers banned those offenses against the accused because they never wanted to see them happen in the nation they were building. And we should never accept a trial that commits those offenses.