Verdicts Out of Court

Verdicts Out of Court Author : Clarence Darrow
Release : 1975
Publisher : Books for Libraries
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Edited by Arthur and Lila Weinberg. A remarkable collection of the great attorney's writings which reveal why he was such a force in the court of law and in the court of public opinion.

Verdicts Out of Court

Verdicts Out of Court Author : Clarence Darrow
Release : 1989
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Psychology in and Out of Court

Psychology in and Out of Court Author : Michael King
Release : 1986
Publisher : Pergamon
ISBN :
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This book is a critical study of the work of legal psychologists, particularly in the United States, and the assumptions upon which the work is based. It rejects an experimentalist model of legal psychology and claims that the use of such a model is not scientific and therefore superior to other ways of analysing the legal system. It proposes ultimately an approach based upon the interpretive nature of human social experience and its effects upon behavior.

Jury Verdicts Weekly

Jury Verdicts Weekly Author :
Release : 1998-10
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LDRC Bulletin

LDRC Bulletin Author :
Release : 1998
Publisher :
ISBN :
File Size : 84.92 MB
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Archbold

Archbold Author :
Release : 2005
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File Size : 29.24 MB
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Jury, State, and Society in Medieval England

Jury, State, and Society in Medieval England Author : J. Masschaele
Release : 2008-10-27
Publisher : Springer
ISBN : 023061616X
File Size : 45.9 MB
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This book portrays the great variety of work that medieval English juries carried out while highlighting the dramatic increase in demands for jury service that occurred during this period.

Overcoming Verdicts from the Courts of Hell

Overcoming Verdicts from the Courts of Hell Author : Dr. Ron M. Horner
Release : 2016-07-27
Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN : 1365223841
File Size : 78.18 MB
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Have you found yourself struggling with situations or mindsets from which you could find no relief? We have not yet awakened to the fact that way may have been facing a false judgment arising out of the Courts of Hell. Jesus promised us in Matthew 16:18 that the Gates of Hell would not prevail against the church, but that promise was predicated on our using the keys effectively--the keys of binding and loosing! This is not your typical “binding and loosing” book -- it explores a whole different dimension and unveils what you are dealing with and how to successfully overcome these false judgments affecting our lives. You need this book NOW!

The Pacific Reporter

The Pacific Reporter Author :
Release : 1927
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From the Classroom to the Courtroom

From the Classroom to the Courtroom Author : Elena M. de Jongh
Release : 2012-03-20
Publisher : John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN : 902728220X
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From the Classroom to the Courtroom: A guide to interpreting in the U.S. justice system offers a wealth of information that will assist aspiring court interpreters in providing linguistic minorities with access to fair and expeditious judicial proceedings. The guide will familiarize prospective court interpreters and students interested in court interpreting with the nature, purpose and language of pretrial, trial and post-trial proceedings. Documents, dialogues and monologues illustrate judicial procedures; the description of court hearings with transcripts creates a realistic model of the stages involved in live court proceedings. The innovative organization of this guide mirrors the progression of criminal cases through the courts and provides readers with an accessible, easy-to-follow format. It explains and illustrates court procedure as well as provides interpreting exercises based on authentic materials from each successive stage. This novel organization of materials around the stages of the judicial process also facilitates quick reference without the need to review the entire volume — an additional advantage that makes this guide the ideal interpreters’ reference manual. Supplementary instructional aids include recordings in English and Spanish and a glossary of selected legal terms in context.

The Verdict of the Court

The Verdict of the Court Author : Jenny McEwan
Release : 2003-10-02
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 1847310885
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Courts are constantly required to know how people think. They may have to decide what a specific person was thinking on a past occasion; how others would have reacted to a particular situation; or whether a witness is telling the truth. Be they judges,jurors or magistrates, the law demands they penetrate human consciousness. This book questions whether the `arm-chair psychology' operated by fact-finders, and indeed the law itself, in its treatment of the fact-finders, bears any resemblance to the knowledge derived from psychological research. Comparing psychological theory with court verdicts in both civil and criminal contexts, it assesses where the separation between law and science is most acute, and most dangerous.

Unreasoned Verdict

Unreasoned Verdict Author : Louis Blom-Cooper
Release : 2019-05-02
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 1509915249
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The system of jury trial has survived, intact, for 750 years. In the light of contemporary opposition to jury trial for serious offences, this book explains the nature and scope today of jury trial, with its minor exceptions. It chronicles the origins and development of jury trial in the Anglo-Saxon world, seeking to explain and explore the principles that lie at the heart of the mode of criminal trial. It observes the distinction between the professional judge and the amateur juror or lay participant, and the value of such a mixed tribunal. Part of the book is devoted to the leading European jurisdictions, underlining their abandonment of trial by jury and its replacement with the mixed tribunal in pursuance of a political will to inject a lay element into the trial process. Democracy is not an essential element in the criminal trial. The book takes a look at the appellate system in crime, from the Criminal Appeals Act 1907 to the present day, and urges the reform of the appellate court, finding the trial decision unsatisfactory as well as unsafe. Other important issues are touched upon – judicial ethics and court-craft; perverse jury verdicts (the nullification of jury verdicts); the speciality of fraud offences, and the selection of models for various crimes, as well as suggested reforms of the waiver of a jury trial or the ability of the defendant to choose the mode of trial. The section ends with a discussion of the restricted exceptions to jury trial, where the experience of 30 years of judge-alone trials in Northern Ireland – the Diplock Courts – is discussed. Finally, the book proffers its proposal for a major change in direction – involvement of the defendant in the choice of mode of trial, and the intervention (where necessary) of the expert, not merely as a witness but as an assessor to the judiciary or as a supplemental decision-maker.

American law reports annotated

American law reports annotated Author :
Release : 1956
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