The main points here are the right to trial by jury and right to assistance by counsel. The first one is pretty safe, and also has been incorporated to the states (Palko v. Connecticut). The second one isn't so safe; yeah, you are guaranteed an attorney, but there's no guarantee he won't be drunk, and if he does turn out to be a sot, your chances of getting any consideration on appeal are just about nil. So, the moral of the story is: don't get caught.