A Discourse on Just and Unjust Legal Institutions in African English-speaking Countries

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E. Mellen Press, 2002 - Law - 311 pages
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This work covers the historical as well as contemporary socio-political situations in which just and unjust legal situations, law-making bodies or parliaments, office of the ombudsman, faculties of law, police, courts, and penal systems are located. It provides a context for all relevant parties - citizen groups, professional associations, educators, law-makers, judges, police officials, and prison authorities.

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DEFINITIONS OF THE KEY TERMS
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THE COLONIAL COURTS
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SUMMARY
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