First, the prosecutor is supposed to be a party in an adversarial process, and having one of the parties to an adversarial system
become an ultimate decision-maker seems to discredit the system.
75) This theme is that a fair adversarial system
The so-called adversarial system
(81) has traditionally been associated with the consensus theory, whereas inquisitorial models, with a stress on impartial fact-finding, resonate with the correspondence theory.
More particularly, Professor Paul McHugh raised the inadequacies of the adversarial system
and its inability to properly digest historical evidence:
the adversarial system
are rejected, but the investigating magistrate
Sir Nicholas said family law does not easily fit into the concept of an adversarial system
where "something is nearly always somebody's fault".
Scottish Labour supports the BMA's call for a less adversarial system
to be introduced.
It is an assault on the adversarial system
The American system of criminal justice is an adversarial system
The adversarial system
is not designed to deal with psychological issues.
At the moment, Relationship Scotland and the Scottish Collaborative Family Law Group - comprising Scotland's leading family law exponents, including HBJ Gately Wareing and Lindsays - believe the current adversarial system
can be potentially damaging for children.
Parris said the event is significant because it honors those in law enforcement who risk their lives for public safety, and brings together elements of the legal and law enforcement communities whose immediate interests often conflict amid an adversarial system