The Law You Won’t Be Told
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The Law You Won’t Be Told

On a Jury you know your options: guilty, or not. But there’s another choice that neither the judge nor the lawyers will tell you — often because they’re not allowed to and also it might better if you don’t know. This video will tell you that third choice, but be warned: simply watching may prevent […]

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The Crown Court

I am the judge, and it is my job to interpret and uphold the law. Other people present during a trial at the Crown Court are the prosecution barrister and the defence barrister, usually with solicitors behind them taking notes, and the Jury. The defendant will sit in the dock and be present during the […]

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Federal Judiciary Careers: Jury Administrator
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Federal Judiciary Careers: Jury Administrator

The following program was produced by the United States Courts. “My job affords me the opportunity to meet fifteen hundred new people every month. I am Beatrice Spencer, Jury Administrator. I love it. There’s never a dull moment in my job.” “My name is Paul Lombardi, and I’m the Grand Jury Deputy Clerk.” “Felicia Catchings, […]

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An Imperial Judiciary: fact or myth? — with Antonin Scalia and Ira Glasser (1978) | ARCHIVES
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An Imperial Judiciary: fact or myth? — with Antonin Scalia and Ira Glasser (1978) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: From the nation’s capital, the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research presents Public Policy Forums, a series of programs featuring the nation’s top authorities presenting their differing views on the vital issues which confront us. Today’s topic “An Imperial Judiciary: Fact or Myth?” Mr. Hackes: For more than a decade there have been […]

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