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Do we need juries?

Juries are often thought of as a quintessential institution of English Law just as investigating magistrate is a quintessential institution of French Law. However, there is a divide in opinions as to whether we ...

Not government policy – yet

When the release of a government-commissioned report causes citizens to recoil in dismay, something is very wrong. The dismay occasioned by the release of the proposals of the government-appointed panel set up to ...

Do we need juries?

Juries are often thought of as a quintessential institution of English law, just as the investigating magistrate is a quintessential institution of French law. Most members of the public, even those who have never ...

Not government policy – yet

When the release of a government-commissioned report causes citizens to recoil in dismay, something is very wrong. The whole point of living under a democracy is that governments elected under its rules should find ...
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