Justice Accused

Author: Robert M. Cover
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300032529
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"Cover's book is splendid in many ways. His legal history and legal philosophy are both first class. . . . This is, for a change, an interdisciplinary work that is a credit to both disciplines.

Justice Duty

Author: Andrew Lloydd Dunston
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479700061
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Now they got to pursue kidnappers, rescue a girl, catch a killer and arrest two drug lords as well as clear his name. This feature justice duty is a crime thriller, comedy. Set in the inner city of London.

Accused

Author: Tonya Craft
Publisher: BenBella Books
ISBN: 1941631738
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This is the true story of a woman who prevailed against the most heinous accusations imaginable. Tonya Craft was an ordinary woman who was living a wonderful life.

The Rights Of The Accused

Author: Kermit Hall
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780815334330
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I never had the pleasure of meeting Chief Justice Stone. But I know him through
the books — through the volumes of the United States Reports — and through
those Justices — Black, Frankfurter, and Douglas— with whom Chief Justice
Stone and I both served. Chief Justice Stone has been called a "thorough
craftsman as a judge."1 Further, he understood that humility was a prime
component of dignity. He attributed his success— his appointment to be Attorney
General, Associate ...

International Criminal Justice At The Yugoslav Tribunal

Author: Mohamed Shahabuddeen
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191649856
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A Judge's Recollection Mohamed Shahabuddeen. Šešelj, a Trial Chamber did
find that the right to selfrepresentation did not exclude 'the appointment of
counsel to assist the Accused', but there it was found that the 'attitude and actions
of the Accused ... are indicative of obstructionism on his part'. 232 A reference
ought to be added to cover a phenomenon of recent vintage. So concerned is the
Tribunal with the fairness of a trial that it has made arrangements for payment of
advisers of ...

Towards A System Of European Criminal Justice

Author: Andrea Ryan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317671171
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Once the writ to proceedwith the prosecution was issued, theremainder of the
examination–beit ofthe accusedor of witnesses – washeld inpublic. The accused
was assisted bya lawyer of hisown choosing atthefirst interrogation, in which no
oath by the accused was required; if the accused didnotappoint a lawyer,the
judge would choose one onhis behalf. Immediatelyafter the interrogation, allthe
documents obtained during the proceedings were given totheaccused and to his
counsel.

The American Criminal Justice System

Author: Gerhard Falk
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313383472
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Alabama, the U.S. Supreme Court interpreted the Sixth Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution to guarantee a right to counsel, that is, a lawyer, to anyone accused
of a crime. Whereas those able to pay for a lawyer were always represented by
counsel if they so wished, the poor who could not afford a lawyer had to face the
prosecution alone.1 It was not until Clara Foltz (1849À1943), California's first
female lawyer, spoke at the Chicago World's Fair in 1893 that the very idea of
providing ...

Of Fools And Justice

Author: kennedy mupomba
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1471695794
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Prosecutor: (addressing the two accused persons). You are charged with stock
theft. It being alleged that on 15 October this year, at or near Nyamhondoro
village one or both of you unlawfully and intentionally took a beast belonging to
Bunda with the intention of depriving him permanently. (To the magistrate).
Charge read to the accused persons Your Worship. Magistrate: (looking at the
accused persons). You understand the charge? Zebu and Tapesana: (in unison).
Yes, Your ...

Open Justice

Author: Joseph Jaconelli
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780198252580
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In R v Salih; re section 159 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988182 the provision was
invoked by the accused himself. Basing his defence on a plea of duress, he
applied unsuccessfully to the trial judge to have the defence case, at least, heard
in camera. The Court of Appeal rejected the appeal under section 159, declining
jurisdiction on the particular facts. However, it does not appear to have
questioned the applicant's standing to bring the case as both defendant and
potential witness.