The jury is that institution of justice most highly regarded in the communities in which it features. However, it remains little understood. The difficulties associated with researching the jury are well known. The barriers raised against an actual appreciation of the "jury" and juries, are diverse and formidable in all their operational contexts. Yet debates about jury reform are a common feature of criminal justice administration.
Law, Society and Governance
Current Issues in Criminal Justice
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