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Title: Trial by Jury in Australia and India
Authors: Star, Shaun
Bharadwaj, Arindam
Keywords: Australia
India
Jury
Comparative Law
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Bloomsbury
Citation: Star, Shaun Star and Bharadwaj, Arindam. (2020) Trial by Jury in Australia and India in Aditya Tomar, Vaishali Arora, Paul Babie & Lorne Neudorf (Eds.) Comparative Reflections on the Constitutional Models of India and Australia (Bloomsbury Professional India, 2020), pp. 6.1 - 6.15
Abstract: As outline in this paper, “the jury service should be seen as an ongoing constitution identity as being a juror is like being a voter or an elected official, whereby ordinary citizens are directly contributing the institutions of government.”
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/3955
ISBN: 9789389867183
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