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Mini Court Report

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This is the Mini Court Report for the course JURD7829 Legal Writing in Context and it received a mark of 4 out of 5

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Criminal Procedure Law Public law Government Presumption of innocence Right to a fair trial Bail Trial Right to silence in England and Wales
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Criminal Procedure Law Public law Government Presumption of innocence Right to a fair trial Bail Trial Right to silence in England and Wales
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You should include in your court report: • a comparative element, comparing your observations with aspects of the trial process in a non-Australian jurisdiction with which you are familiar; • at least one secondary source relevant to that other jurisdiction. If that source in a language other than English you should provide a translation of the title and a brief descripti...
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