In direct contrast to accusatorial
approaches, interviewers are taught to collect information before making decisions, which is more akin to hypothesis testing in science.
The opening of the article is about the origin of the inquisitorial trial and the gradual differentiation from the traditional accusatorial
trial; then it's about the different probatory instruments used in proceeding; finally it's about the evaluation methods of evidences from judge.
putting an end to the inquisitorial system and replacing it with the accusatorial
English procedure" at the end of the eighteenth and the beginning of the nineteenth centuries.
The assembly responded to this accusatorial
and arresting speech with a standing ovation, and it led the assembly to undertake further action.
Many victims reported they were afraid to identify themselves as trafficking victims or, if identified, to testify against their traffickers in court under the accusatorial
system; and few filed complaints or assisted in investigations and prosecutions due to their fear of retribution from traffickers, the lack of specialized services, or distrust of authorities.
case would be handled in Germany (an accusatorial
(51) For a helpful discussion of the theory of adversarial legalism, including the role of procedural justice in promoting substantive justice, see Robert A Kagan, Adversarial Legalism: The American Way of Law (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2001) at 9-14; David M Paciocco, "Understanding the Accusatorial
System" (2010) 14:3 Can Crim L Rev 307.
institutional features of our legal system, such as the accusatorial
Mexico switched from an inquisitive to accusatorial
judicial system in mid-2016, which should help improve prosecution rates in the medium- to long-term.
preserving the accusatorial
system of justice by forcing the government
many of our fundamental values and most noble aspirations: our unwillingness to subject those suspected of crime to the cruel trilemma of self-accusation, perjury or contempt; our preference for an accusatorial
rather than an inquisitorial system of criminal justice ...
27, 1951) ("There are certain standards in the military accusatorial
system which have been specifically set by Congress and which we must demand be observed in the trials of military offenses."); see also Rogers v.