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Utfordringer ved komparative juryundersøkelser: Tilfellet Norge
Sammendrag Artikkelen omhandler lekfolks deltakelse i ulike rettssystemer. Studien tar utgangspunkt i det norske rettssystemet, samtidig som endringen fra juryordning til meddomsrett pågår. GjennomExpand
Playing by the Rule: How ABA Model Rule 8.4(g) Can Regulate Jury Exclusion
Discrimination during voir dire remains a critical impediment to empaneling juries that reflect the diversity of the United States. While various solutions have been proposed, scholars have largelyExpand
Race-Conscious Jury Selection
Among the central issues in scholarship on the American jury is the effect of Batson v. Kentucky (1986) on discriminatory empanelment. Empirical legal research has confirmed that despite the promiseExpand
Peer Review: Navigating Uncertainty in the United States Jury System
This Article examines American prosecutors’ approaches to uncertainty during voir dire. At different points during trial preparation— and during jury selection itself—lawyers draw on multipleExpand
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Ethical Guidance for a Grander Jury
Students and scholars of law, as well as practitioners, have expressed differing views concerning the federal and state grand jury, its procedures, ethical rules, and even its very existence. SomeExpand
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Challenges of Comparative Jury Research: A Norwegian Case Study (Utfordringer ved komparative juryundersøkelser: Tilfellet Norge)
English Abstract: This article considers the issue of meaningful lay participation in legal systems. The case considered is the Norwegian legal system during a historic time of transition away fromExpand
The Jury Is Out: An Ethnographic Study of Lay Participation in the Norwegian Legal System
The purpose of this paper is to empirically explore perceptions and assessments of lay participation in Norway during a historic time of transition away from all-layperson juries. Drawing on sixteenExpand
The Humanities and Public Life. By Peter Brooks (ed.) with Hilary Jewett. New York: Fordham Univ. Press, 2014. 172 pp. $18.00 paper.
The Humanities and Public Life. By Peter Brooks (ed.) with Hilary Jewett. New York: Fordham Univ. Press, 2014. 172 pp. $18.00 paper.The Humanities and Public Life is the ambitious beginning of aExpand
Prosecuting in the Shadow of the Jury
This article offers an unprecedented empirical window into prosecutorial discretion drawing on long-term participatory research between 2013 and 2017. The central finding is that jurors play a vitalExpand