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Judicial Independence in Europe

@inproceedings{Adenitire2012JudicialII,
  title={Judicial Independence in Europe},
  author={John Adenitire},
  year={2012}
}
• Understanding to what extent judicial independence is adhered to in various jurisdictions requires a theoretical framework of what the principle entails. On a preliminary analysis, the principle can be said to require the following: judicial systems must be free, in fact and appearance, from any undue influence that might prevent judges from adjudicating legal disputes solely on the basis of their legal merits. • Analysis of the various institutional arrangements for the judiciary in Sweden… Expand
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