130 in 1977 saw fit to protect the right to jury trial
by way of interlocutory appeal--there was no need.
The committee was appointed in 2010 by past President Mayanne Downs to look at the trend of fewer jury trials
and see what impact that decrease has on both the court system and citizens.
Consequently, the appellate court reversed the judgment of the circuit court of Jackson County and remanded for a bench trial, because the defendants were not entitled to a jury trial
under any of the relevant statutes.
During the debate within the colonies about whether to ratify the Constitution, one of the arguments cited by the anti-Federalists was that the original text did not provide for jury trials
in civil cases (even though Article III allowed for juries in criminal cases).
It is only the flexibility of the French criminal jury trial
, with its inherent responsiveness to public opinion, that makes popular attitudes about the use of violence in intimate relationships visible in this era.
The constitutional right to a jury trial
deserves solid protection, however, people should have the right to make an informed agreement to waive a jury.
The Government is strongly in favour of trial by jury in the vast majority of cases, where it will remain absolutely appropriate He also defended criticism that the change in the law was the 'thin end of the wedge' for a wider attack on jury trial
In many of those, your client might be better served by waiving a jury trial
and demanding a bench trial.
He told the court he wanted a jury trial
after hearing that magistrates were willing to deal with his case themselves.
The Court also held that New Jersey Family Leave Act claims and New Jersey Law Against Discrimination claims are not exempt from arbitration, and the jury trial
waiver was effective.
Instead of a jury trial
, those brought before the ICC will have their fates determined by international judges, who, according to the Statute, will be "persons of high moral character, impartiality and integrity" with competence and experience in law.
81pc think jury trial
is fairer than trial by a judge;