History of Trial by Jury
Forsyth, William. History of Trial by Jury [Second edition]. Jersey City: Frederick D. Linn, . x, 388 pp. Reprinted 1994 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 96-14505. ISBN 0-9630106-8-9. Cloth. $65. * First published in England in 1852, Forsyth's Trial by Jury is the first full-scale historical account of the rise and growth of the jury system in England. The American edition adds a number of notes, as well as making several corrections to American references.
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