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CCP Mid-Session Court Report

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2017 s1 mid-session court report as to the dock design in New South Wales. Grad D.

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Law Criminal Procedure Criminal law Government Jury Legal procedure Courtroom Deck v. Missouri Juries in England and Wales Presumption of innocence Right to a fair trial Jury trial Michael Byers David Tait Michael Kirby
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Law Criminal Procedure Criminal law Government Jury Legal procedure Courtroom Deck v. Missouri Juries in England and Wales Presumption of innocence Right to a fair trial Jury trial Michael Byers David Tait Michael Kirby
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1 It seems mundane to enumerate these basic rights, but dong so reasserts that the court is a nondiscriminatory stage where no one would be treated as a criminal before sentence.2 A number of academic writing on the issue of the layout inside courtrooms paid more attention to the comparison of the witness stand and jury box between the common law countries and civil law countries.3 Recently, more and more articles, however, pointed out that the dock design has involved into a huge loophole, which, if disposed of improperly, could inflict a significant impact on the jury prejudice of the accused before trial.4 Thus, this report begins with introductions of three primary d...
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