Fighting for Justice: The History and Origins of Adversary Trial

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Waterside Press, Oct 19, 2006 - Law - 140 pages
Adversary trial emerged in England only in the 18th century. Its origins and significance have tended to go unrecognised by judges, lawyers, jurists and researchers until relatively modern times when conflict has become a key social issue.

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Contents

1 Introduction
9
2 No Counsel for Prisoners
21
the Birth of Adversary Trial
32
4 Rights of the Individual
50
5 Sir William Garrow
59
6 Garrow at the Old Bailey 1
77
7 Garrow at the Old Bailey 2
96
8 Rules of Criminal Evidence
116
10 Conclusion
149
Glossary 1 Judicial and Historical Terms
162
Glossary 2 Crimes Tried Frequently at the Old Bailey
165
Bibliography
167
Appendix
172
Index
174
Back cover
177
Copyright

9 Counsel Finally Address the Jury
135

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