jury system

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Noun1.jury system - a legal system for determining the facts at issue in a law suit
legal system - a system for interpreting and enforcing the laws
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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He then bared his plan to create a jury system to equalize the law between the rich and the poor should he win the elections, and challenged Diokno to list his contributions to the country from the 1980s up to present.
This showed an utter disregard for the jury system, a system of law fundamental to our nation since its inception.
The High Court's interim gag order on the media covering the corruption case of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is unnecessary as Malaysia doesn't have a jury system, Syahredzan Johan asserted today.
For example, on February 18, 2018, the CBC's Sunday Edition program hosted by Michael Enright featured three prominent Canadian jurists--Frank Iacobucci, Annamaria Enenajor and Nader Hasan--speaking about the need to reform our jury system. They correctly decried the political interference but then turned to the issue of jury selection, where their comments were inconsistent and troubling.
He is a frequent lecturer in the areas of conflicts of interest, juror bias, and the impact of social media on the jury system. Minor earned his J.D.
Sagay who said this at a One-Day Symposium hosted by the Human Rights Committee of the Ikeja Branch of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), said that though he initially supported the abolishment of the jury system in Nigeria in1986 by the military, the high level of corruption of the nation's judiciary has changed his view.
In this vein, Atticus Finch best captures the power of the jury in his closing argument: [T]he integrity of our courts and our jury system is not just an ideal to me.
and the vast immigration into America from southern and eastern Europe of people untrained in the jury system have combined to make the jury of 12 increasingly unwieldy and unsatisfactory."
Chalmers added: "It will help us understand what difference the special features of the Scottish jury system make in practice."
"You have been faithful to your oath and the fact you have not reached a verdict is part and parcel of the jury system. Please don't worry about it.
Among their topics are invisible warriors: trauma and ethics in the narratives of the Iraq War, No Country for Old men as political allegory of 9/11, performing the Spirit of '76: US historical memory and counter-commemorations for American Indian sovereignty, media-filtered street justice: New York and the millennial nomadic ethical turn, questioning the jury system through Jean-Xavier de Lestade's The Staircase (2008), and the right to counsel: an American perspective on a global proposal.
The question remains whether these technological innovations benefit the jury system. This Article addresses the disruptive impact of big data on jury selection and the dilemma it presents to courts, lawyers, and citizens.