Jury Great Britain History 18th Century : The rights of juries vindicated [electronic resource] : the speeches of the Dean of St. Asaph's counsel, in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, on the 15th of November, 1784, in shewing cause why a new trial should be granted : the rule for which had been applied for on the motion of the Honble. Thomas Erskine, the preceding Monday / taken in short hand by William Blanchard.; Erskine, Thomas Erskine,
Jury Great Britain Popular Works : The grand-jury-man's oath and office explained, and the rights of English-men asserted : a dialogue between a barrister at law and a grand-jury man.; Hawles, John,
Jury Ireland : Lord Brougham's speeches on the administration of justice in Ireland [electronic resource] : with a preface.; Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham,
Jury Massachusetts : Shall criminals sit on the jury? : a review of Governor Andrew's veto / by A.A. Miner and by R.C. Pitman ; with other documents on the subject.; Miner, A. A.
Jury New York State : A new conductor generalis [electronic resource] : being a summary of the law relative to the duty and office of justices of the peace, sheriffs, coroners, constables, jurymen, overseers of the poor, &c. &c. : with many new and improved subjects, alphabetically arranged, comprising a variety of practical forms / all which have been carefully collated with the revised laws of the state of New York, and will be found useful to citizens, lawyers and magistrates, to which is added, an analysis of the law for the recovery of debts to the value of twenty-five dollars, by a gentleman of the law.; Gentleman of the law.
Jury Northern Ireland : Judge without jury : Diplock trials in the adversary system / John Jackson and Sean Doran.; Jackson, John D.,
Jury Northern Ireland History : Abolishing the Diplock courts : the case for restoring jury trial to scheduled offences in Northern Ireland / S.C. Greer, A. White.; Greer, S. C.
Jury Popular Works : The Englishman's right [electronic resource] : a dialogue between a barrister at law and a juryman : plainly setting forth I. the antiquity, II. the excellent designed use, III. the office and just privileges of juries, by the law of England / by Sir John Hawles.; Hawles, John,
Jury Psychological Aspects : Criminal juries in the 21st century : contemporary issues, psychological science, and the law / edited by Cynthia J. Najdowski and Margaret Stevenson.
Jury Selection Ireland Tipperary : Report of the committee of the Loyal National Repeal Association [electronic resource] : on petit juries, County Tipperary.; Loyal National Repeal Association of Ireland.
Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici : Certaine queries touching the ordination of ministers. : Soberly propounded to the serious consideration of all the parochiall ministers of England in generall; and more especially those sundry ministers in London authors of a late printed booke entituled Ius divinum regiminis ecclesiastici: or the divine right of church-government, &c. Or the opening of a doore into a further discussion of the divine right of presbyters by succession, and of the interrest of particular churches in the ordination of their owne officers: as also of mens preaching without ordination. / By W.A. a well-willer to the affaires of the Gospell.; Aspinwall, William,
Jus Feciale Armatae Daniae : An Answer to tvvo Danish papers : the one called Jus feciale armatae Daniae, the other, A manifest / faithfully translated out of the Latine original, which was published by the King of Swedens command.
Jus Populi : A Letter to the unknown author of Jus populi
Jus Primae Noctis : The lord's first night : the myth of the droit de cuissage / translated by Lydia G. Cochrane.; Boureau, Alain.