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Brindley

(ˈbrɪndlɪ)
n
(Biography) James. 1716–72, British canal builder, who constructed (1759–61) the Bridgewater Canal, the first in England
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Mark Brindley, James' father, said: "Our criticism is not a criticism of the police or the Crown Prosecution Service, it is a criticism of the system." It is, specifically, a criticism of the "12 good men" jury system, individuals who may lack the legal expertise to grasp the complexities of a lengthy trial, even when guided by a judge.