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Legal System 5

Lay People

TermDefinition
Key Qualities GRMJCS
Ages for becoming magistrate 18-65
Ages for jury service 18-75
Ages for serving as magistrate 18-70
Case - jury decision can't be questioned Bushell's case
Case - perverse verdict R v Owen
Case - judge rushed jury R v McKenna
Case - Ouija board R v Young
Barrier to becoming magistrate Undischarged bankrupt
Disqualifies person from jury service permanently Sentenced to 5 years or more
Disqualifies from jury service for 10 years Sentenced to <5 years
Grumpy Judge R v Bryant
Facebook Juror Joanne Fraill
Judge can't direct jury to convict R v Wang
Judge can direct jury to aquit DPP v Stonehouse
9 Minimum number of jurors
2 hours 10 minutes Time initially given to reach unanimous verdict
Created by: Mr Lovell