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  • Principle Of Independent Judiciary
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    Independence of Judiciary in Australia a) How is the independence of the judiciary guaranteed in Australia While the Westminster system had largely developed because of the doctrine of separation of powers, the Australian system of government is largely based on the Westminster. This doctrine of separation of powers proposes that the three institutions of government, the legislature, the executive and the judiciary should be exercised as separate and independent branches. It is this doctrine tha...
  • Case Like Fergie Jenkins
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    FERGIE JENKINS: WHAT IS JUSTICE "Justice: Fairness. A state of affairs in which conduct or action is both fair and right, given the circumstances. In law, it more specifically refers to the paramount obligation to ensure that all persons are treated fairly". -World Wide Legal Information Association (web) To do justice: to ensure that all persons are treated fairly. Fergie Jenkins was not treated fairly. He was let off, even though he committed a crime and admitted his guilt. As you will see her...
  • Judges In An Adversarial System Of Trial
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    There are two main law systems in the world: Common Law System and Civil Law System. Common Law System is established and developed from England, and most of the British colonized countries, such as Australia, New Zealand and a majority of states in USA inherited it. Civil Law System, on the contrary, came from France and Dutch. The main difference between these two Legal Systems is their trial methods, the adversary system is used in Common Law System and Civil Law System takes the inquisitoria...
  • Judge's Political Ideology Like Their Behavioral Characteristics
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    When the first amendments to the constitution were constructed, they were developed to ensure certain civil liberties to every person in the United States. These civil liberties included freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from unlawful search and seizure, and many more (O'Connor, 150). One of the most controversial amendments to the constitution is freedom from cruel and unusual punishment. This is because it is very difficult to define cruel and unusual in terms of sentencing a cri...
  • Personal Beliefs Of The Presiding Judge
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    Heidi Plain Dogma The judicial system of the United States allows all Americans to receive a fair criminal trial regardless of personal wealth, gender, race, and ethnic background. Courts of law are used in an attempt to administer justice by the application and interpretation of the law. Due to the provisions established by the Constitution it is therefore believed that the Judicial System is operated to the benefit of every citizen, not a select few. The most obvious evidence of the efforts to...

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