How did the colonist react to the administration of justice act?
the colonist didnt really react to this one but the act said that the trial of british officials would be moved to britain.
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Definitions 1. In this Act, "administration of justice" means the provision, maintenance and operation of, (a) the courts of justice of the Province of Ontario, (b) land registry offices, (c) jails, and (d) the offices of coroners and Crown Attorneys, for the performance of their functions, including any functions delegated to such courts, institutions or offices or any official thereof by or under any Act; ("administration de la justice")
Scientific research into the operations of the criminal justice system was encouraged by which federal act?
The phrase "The Coercive Acts" was actually the popular reference for the Restraining Acts, a group of four acts or proclamations originating from King George and targeting the American Colonies in direct response to the Boston Tea Party. These acts were The Boston Port Act, the Quartering Act, the Administration of Justice Act, and the Massachusetts Government Act. The intent of these acts were to punish Boston and bring the rest of the colonies in…