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La justice au hasard – De quelques motifs juridiques de supprimer les jurys populaires

Abstract : If the presence of jurors in the criminal courts, and more generally in the heart of justice, seems at first indisputable, the reality is very different. A judge, since he has proven that he has a perfect independence and competence, wins more legitimacy that any citizen chosen at random. Moreover, it does not concern democracy. Accordingly, to question the legitimacy of juries is not to be subversive ; it is to be realist and objective. Delivering justice is a matter serious enough to not be left to the clumsy hands of chance.
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Boris Barraud. La justice au hasard – De quelques motifs juridiques de supprimer les jurys populaires . Revue Pénitentiaire et de Droit Pénal, Ed. Cujas, 2013, p. 287 s. ⟨hal-01367578⟩

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