Books in category Law – Jury

  • Commonsense Justice

    Commonsense Justice
    Norman J. FINKEL, Norman J Finkel

  • Reason Curve Jury Competence and the English Criminal Justice System

    Reason Curve, Jury Competence, and the English Criminal Justice System
    Bethel Erastus-Obilo

    This is amplified by the presence of a developing and significant body of law that demands that decisions by public officers be accompanied by articulated pronouncements regarding the basis for their decision.

  • Laws of Men and Laws of Nature

    Laws of Men and Laws of Nature
    Tal GOLAN, Tal Golan

  • Construction Litigation

    Construction Litigation

    Model Jury Instructions includes model instructions for all of the more significant causes of action, defenses, and other issues that have particular application to civil antitrust litigation and that involve issues likely to be presented …

  • Why Jury Duty Matters

    Why Jury Duty Matters
    Andrew G. Ferguson

    Places the idea of jury duty into perspective, noting its importance as a constitutional responsibility, and describes ways in which the experience may be enriched.

  • We the Jury

    We, the Jury
    Jeffrey B. Abramson

    This magisterial book explores fascinating cases from American history to show how juries remain the heart of our system of criminal justice – and an essential element of our democracy.

  • Civil Juries and the Politics of Reform

    Civil Juries and the Politics of Reform
    Stephen Daniels, Joanne Martin

    Civil Juries and the Politics of Reform brings together and summarizes the authors' extensive empirical research on civil jury verdicts in the context of that debate.

  • Juries in the 21st Cemtury

    Juries in the 21st Cemtury
    Jacqueline Horan

    This book provides a broad understanding of and critical thinking about the contemporary jury system.

  • A Life and Death Decision

    A Life and Death Decision
    Scott E. Sundby

    "This is the best account I have ever read of how a jury decides whether to impose a death sentence. We see the case from the jurors' multiple and sometimes inconsistent points of view.

  • Closest to the Fire

    Closest to the Fire
    Karen A. Wyle

    This guide will help writers explore these many story possibilities, while avoiding the pitfalls awaiting the unwary.

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