American juries: the verdict
Reviews over 50 years of empirical research on civil and criminal juries and returns a verdict that strongly supports the jury system. The authors place the jury system in its historical and contemporary context giving the stories behind important trials while providing fact-based answers to critical questions. Various suggestions for improving the way juries carry out their duties. After comparing the system in various countries, it is concluded that on the whole, the jury system, despite occasional problems, is fair and democratic and an indispensable component of the judicial process.
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Review: American Juries: The VerdictUser Review - Goodreads
Neil Vidmar and I wrote this book to give an overview of the history and research on the American jury system. It's an amazing institution, when you think about it! We have plenty of law trained ...
Review: American Juries: The VerdictUser Review - Margaret - Goodreads
If you want to know the most recent research on American juries and learn it from an accessible and interesting book, this is what you should read. And, Goodreads should have also listed Valerie P. Hans as the author, along with Neil Vidmar. They are the nation's best experts on juries. Read full review
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