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Dhimmification of Juries [56 words]chswMay 14, 2006 12:0145577
Judge v. jury makes no difference; besides, it'd be unconstitutional [253 words]Jinan SafwatMay 10, 2006 20:5345316
Killing of Jews is acceptable to these juries [42 words]Michael SavittMay 10, 2006 11:1445268
Courage's judges against cowered jury [42 words]f.shakkiMay 8, 2006 21:3745059
Missing the point about jury trials [458 words]J. Keen HollandMay 8, 2006 20:0045056
And if the punishment is widely considered inappropriate? [36 words]Michael AndreyakovichMay 3, 2006 20:5444823
Big Fish - Little FIsh [244 words]rickMay 3, 2006 12:5644797
Judges and Juries [61 words]Herbert EiteneierMay 3, 2006 07:3844785
Disease? [16 words]Robert LynnMay 3, 2006 18:0644785
Judges and Juries [26 words]Herbert EiteneierMay 5, 2006 02:0044785
Re: Why? [155 words]Robert LynnMay 7, 2006 04:0644785
Expect to see more trial by judge rather than Jury [575 words]Nick GoodMay 3, 2006 06:1044783
Terrorism Cases - Military Tribunals [59 words]Mark RothMay 3, 2006 05:1944781
Yes to Military Tribunals [58 words]Jim WoodsMay 10, 2006 10:5144781
Civilian Courts/Military Tribunals [112 words]Mark RothMay 10, 2006 15:3544781

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