Why are trials br jury so important?
To ensure that the accused get the right to a far trail and to use the American legal system to administer justice. As you have seen in the Amanda Knox case people deserve the right to a fair trail. In this case the trail was biased by newspapers and what not and since the jury was not sequestered the trail was biased.
They decide with the judge if the person accused is innocent or guilty
No there was not a jury EDIT: Instead of a jury voting on inncoent or guilty, a panel of judges, who knew what they were doing more so than civilians, voted and sentenced.
Trial by jury is important so there are no unbiased decisions that are unfair to the defendant.
the nuremburge trials were so important because they showed all those evil people whose boss!!
the jury is important because the judge will need people to help themmake the dicission and so it is fair that the person does not ger sentanced for no reason
because they werent inportment in the days so they did what they had to do
Witch trials tell us a lot about human psychology, and about the foolishness and evil that results from ignorance and superstition.
So the experiment's results are more reliable
They didn't start quickly. The affliction began in January. The examinations, that can be most easily compared to a Grand Jury trial, began in March. The trials themselves began in June. That's average progression for a witch panic.
"Jury" is singular, so the correct answer would be: "The jury is in their place."
if you pay taxes you can be picked for jury duty so anyone is in a jury
A hung jury is when the jury members can't agree so the judge dismisses them.
If you only carry out a few trials, then how can you know how many times a particular situation will occur? One has to do a lot of trials in order to determine how many times that situation will happen so he can conclude the probability he's looking for.
Surprisingly, they actually weren't that important outside of Essex County. Boston, the Massachusetts seat of government, was not affected in any great way and southern Massachusetts completely ignored the trials. John Alden jr. was able to escape trial in Duxbury, Massachusetts. The trials caused no political upheavel and the disruption in the social order was quickly dealt with.
In the US, each county has a record of all eligible voters based upon voting records, drivers license records, or some other method. All those eligible voters are also eligible to be selected for jury service. So once every few years, your name will be called up (by a computer) to report for jury duty. If you're called, you will be placed into a jury pool, where you can be assigned to either criminal, civil… Read More
The Myall Creek Massacre occurred on 10 June 1838, and the first of the trials occurred on 15 November 1838. This was just over five months later. The jury gave a verdict of "not guilty", so the judge ordered the arrest of all the accused again, and a second trial was held on 26 November.
Well, inches are a distance measure and litres are a volume measure. They don't convert so well. <br> <br> But here are some facts.<br> <br> There are 25.4 millimetres in one inch.<br> And a litre (if it was a cube) would be 100 millimetres on each edge.<br> In inches the cube is roughly 4 inches on each side.<br> <br> So there are (roughly) 4 x 4 x 4 cubic inches in a litre<br> Which is… Read More
Black mischief is sneaky, so the trials were sneaky. The irony is that his affair with Abigail was sneaky and unfair. So, he shouldn't be criticizing the trials.
There are 12 people in a jury to decide guilt or innocence
so your answer is accurate
It means that you have the right to have your case tried in front of a jury, if you so desire.
The ionic compound for Iron is Fe3+ and the ionic compound for Bromine is Br-. So Fe3+ + Br- = FeBr3
Only (male) citizens were allowed to have any voice in Athens' affairs and only they could act as jury and judges in legal disputes.
Isoelectronic means having the same amount of electrons, so Kr is isoelectric with Br.
Sometimes God gives us trials so that we can depend on Him and others.
everyone serves jury duty if you register to vote that is also signing you up for jury duty but you can only be called upon once a year and you do get paid for jury duty but it isn't much so the only way to not get jury duty is to not register to vote
What shall I name my babies?<BR>(By Author)<BR>I am due to have quadruplets very soon- my partner and I don't know the exact date, but we do know it is going to be in less than 3 weeks.<BR><BR>We cannot leave naming the babies until after the birth because my partner's mother strongly disagree in that.<BR>Here are my choices so far: (comment pleeeaaasse!!)<BR>4 girls<BR>Star, Moon, Sun and Glitter<BR>3 girls, 1 boy<BR>Star, Moon, Sun and Meteor<BR>2 girls, 2… Read More
K gives 1 electron and Br ,a halogen, excepted it. so formula is K-Br
The US Constitution provided for a jury system so that people could be judged by their peers, who could be independent from government.
We don not trust the government to do thst so we let the public be the boss.................................
Only if -<br><br>a) They like lobster (many do)<br>b) They can afford to eat lobster (many cannot)<br>c) They have a lobster (most dont)<br>d) The lobster is cooked (some are - others may be soon)<br>e) They are not allergic to lobster (a few are, but some of them died so they dont count)<br>
In federal court, the district courts can have jury trials. If the opposing parties in a suit agree to waive their right to a jury trial, the judge may preside and enter a verdict. In state court, the answer is less straightforward because each state has its own court structure. States often have specialized courts specifically for family law, probate, or small claims, but generally there are 3 basic levels in a state court system… Read More
Bed Room ? You should give the context of the abbreviation for a better response. Usually in MMORPG's Br is the abbreviation for Brazil. So if somebody types "br?" they are enquiring if you speak the language.
So that you could compare results
because of the long speech that Atticus said to the jury that made it so long for them to decide about toms fate.
In a science experiment, the more trials you perform, the more accurate your result will usually be. So if by "better" you mean giving a more precise result, then yes, more trials are better.
Most likely Salem would have kept up with the other ports and would have remained important for trade with the other colonies and countries because it hadn't been so caught up for over a year, spending all that money on trials and making people ignore work.
The name for Br is Bromide. When a nonmetal forms an anion, -ide is added to name, so bromine becomes bromide.
There were several conflicts and compromises in the Salem Witchcraft Trials. One of the main conflicts was the acceptance of Spectral Evidence in the courts. Several people were convicted and hung based solely on this evidence. If somebody testified that they had seen somebody else's spirit (in Witch form..ghost-like. With a Spirit, a witch could supposedly torture somebody without even having to make physical contact with them in real life..they could send their spirit to… Read More
The Supreme Court of Virginia. Appellate courts do not try cases, but review procedure, so no jury is needed.
It takes time to gather the evidence and for both the prosecution and the defense to plan their cases. Witnesses have to be interviewed and depositions taken as well as various tests done. The courts are also busy, so that it cannot be scheduled too quickly. And a jury may have to be gathered.
It is believed he had so much fervor for the Trials because they distracted the unhappy citizens from firing him.
Br has 7 valence electrons and H has 1 valence electron, so that's 8 in total. You need 2 electrons for a bond so you end up with H bonded to Br and 6 electrons around Br.
A page break in HTML is coded as <br> In XHTML, that tag needs to close, so instead it's <br/>
i don't so br quiet
Very important. No matter how good an attorney is, the decision after arguments falls to the jury. It is important to keep a diverse jury that won't be biased by ethnicity, gender, or age. For example: suppose a young Hispanic male is accused of stealing goods from a local store, and the owner is an elderly african-american male. Would the verdict of a predominantly african-american jury be fair to the young Hispanic male? We do… Read More
There were no judges and lawyers at trials in ancient Athens. There was a large jury of 500 or more empanelled; it lasted one day; the prosecutor and defence had equal time; there were no rules of evidence of statements under oath - the jury usually had local knowledge, so blatant lying damaged you case; the jury voted with a yes or no tablet placed in a box; the first vote was for guilty or… Read More
Na + Br ₂→ NaBr This happens because: When certain diatomic elements (Br, I, N, Cl, H, O, F) are alone you add a 2 as a subscript so they are (Br₂, I,₂ N₂, Cl₂, H₂, O₂, F₂). But when you cross Na (which has a charge of +1) with Br (which has a charge of -1) They cancel and you get NaBr. Na + Br ₂→ NaBr This happens because: When certain diatomic elements… Read More
How was Pericles' introduction of jurors being paid a 'political gambit' again his opponent Cimon in 462 BC?
Pericles was not the leader of the emerging democracy in Athens in 462 BCE - this was Ephialtes. His deputy Pericles took over after Ephialtes' assassination in 460 BCE. It is more likely that Pericles introduced jury pay in his citizenship law in 451 BCE. Whatever the date of jury trials, Cimon was exiled in 461 BCE - his opponent then being Ephialtes. We have no evidence that Cimon was exiled by a jury trial… Read More
Because the jury knew that Tom was innocent because mayella was strangled with both hands and Tom had a useless left arm. Yet the town of Maycomb is racist, so Mr. Ewell's word is stronger than Tom's. So the jury had to choose between the white mans word or the facts