Trial by Jury

Section 80 of the Commonwealth Constitution It is a common belief among OPCA theorists that the judiciary is denying a defendant his rights under chapter 29 of the Magna Carta by not allowing him “the judgment of his peers” implying that a trial by jury 1 must be conducted for every matter before the court, including summary offences. Section 80 of the Commonwealth Constitution 2 states: “The trial on indictment of any offence against any law of the Commonwealth shall be by … Continue reading Trial by Jury
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