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Lay adjudication system as a democratic institution : an evaluation of the citizen judge system [Saiban-in Seido] in Japan

@inproceedings{Kita2017LayAS,
  title={Lay adjudication system as a democratic institution : an evaluation of the citizen judge system [Saiban-in Seido] in Japan},
  author={Yumiko Kita},
  year={2017}
}
A lay adjudication system that has been the subject of international and domestic reforms democratising criminal justice procedures often reveals a challenging balance amongst the intertwined principles of criminal procedures. In addition, the various stages of lay adjudication procedures, such as its introduction, practice, development, and abolition, have been influenced by political and societal force. Lay adjudicator participation may be an important mechanism for introducing and sustaining… Expand

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