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Law in Practise: Jock Palfreeman Case Study - Notes

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These notes examine how the Bulgarian criminal justice system (Inquisitorial) differs from Australia (Adversarial)

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Jock Palfreeman Government Law Prosecution Criminal law Prosecutor Jury Andrew Monov
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Jock Palfreeman Government Law Prosecution Criminal law Prosecutor Jury Andrew Monov
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5 years of a 20 year prison sentence in a Bulgarian prison. • Was charged in December 2007 after he got in a melee with a group of at least 12 young Bulgarian young men. • Two of the men were stabbed ◦ Andrew Monov died ◦ Antoan Zahariev got a slash wound • Jock Palfreeman (21 years old), he had been drinking moderately and was carrying a knife (which is legal in Bulgaria). He came across the Bulgarians attacking a Roma (Gypsy man) and he ran to help. • It was when the Bulgarians started attacking him that he waved the knife around in self- defence and defence of the Gypsy. • The prosecution argued that Jock attacked the group unprovoked, was motivated by radical political beliefs and was cold-blooded. • There was a lengthy trial process because of the Bulgarian criminal justice system: ◦ undue influence ◦ incompete...
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