What does the 6th Amendment Mean?

The 6th Amendment means that the accused can’t be made to sit in jail for years before a trial. It means that they have the right for their trial to be public, not in an old building somewhere. They have the right to a jury that’s not prejudice toward the them. The trial must be held where the crime was committed. The courts may not change the place of the trial. They have the right to know their charges and why they are in jail. They have the right to know who says they did the crime and the right to question them. They have the right to make someone come to their trial if they feel they can help their case. They have the right to a lawyer. If they can’t afford one, one will be appointed to them.