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A jury is a sworn body of people convened to render an impartial verdict officially submitted to ... themselves of crimes and then of the details of the crimes. Their function was therefore closer t...

Role of the jury - Citizens Information

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Feb 5, 2014 ... Information. The jury fulfils a very important function in the legal system. You are entitled to be tried by jury inless the alleged offence is a minor ...

Importance of Jury Service - US District Court • Southern District of ...

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Purpose of This Handbook ... Conduct of the Jury during the Trial ... of our rights and liberties is largely achieved through the teamwork of judge and jury who, ...

What's the purpose of juries? | Nolo.com

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In 1968, the U.S. Supreme Court expounded on the reasons for the constitutional right to trial by jury in criminal cases. (Duncan v. State of La., 391 U.S. 145 ...

Role of the Judge and jury - Law Handbook

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Jan 8, 2016 ... In a trial with a Judge and a jury, each have very different parts to play. The jury listen to the evidence and decide who or what to believe.

Jury Instructions and Their Purpose - Jury System - Courts

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A jury instruction is a guideline given by the judge to the jury about the law they will have to apply to the facts they have found to be true. The purpose of the ...

Functions and duties of a juror : JURY SERVICE : Courts Service of ...

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Jurors fulfil a very important function in the legal system. ... The jury must reach its verdict by considering only the evidence introduced in court and the directions ...

Trial by Jury | Cato Institute

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The jury was an essential safeguard of liberty long before the American Revolution. ... The purpose of trial by jury, as the Supreme Court itself has noted, is to ...

The Role of the Jury - Sundaylaw.net

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IN a jury trial, the judge represents the letter of the law as voted by legislators and .... If they are to function effectively as the "conscience of the community," jurors ...

lawmentor.co.uk - Resources - Explain the role of juries in criminal ...

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Explain the role of juries in criminal trials. Juries are seen as playing an important role in our legal system. Juries have been used as part of our legal system for ...

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What is the Role of a Jury in a Criminal Case? - FindLaw

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The right to a trial jury plays a central role in the justice system and it is important to understand the strengths, weaknesses, and function of the jury in a criminal ...

The Role of Juries - American Bar Association

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The Role of Juries. A jury is a group of people summoned and sworn to decide on the facts in issue at a trial. The jury is composed of people who represent a ...

The Purpose of Juries - Nolan Chart

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Sep 25, 2010 ... Indeed, the purpose of jury trials is not that a group of random, everyday people plucked off the street can mindlessly apply the facts of a case to ...