The Objectivity of Judicial Decisions

The Objectivity of Judicial Decisions

This book discusses how judges qualify their activities as objective. The data for this project was retrieved from a large sample of cases using Langacker’s methodology. The sample included over a thousand decisions from Brazil, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Romania and the UK. The decisions considered allegations of judicial bias, unfairness, and injustice. Pre-judices are shared cognitive methods that legal practitioners perceive as necessary.… (more)

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Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (November 16, 2016)

Collection: Studies in Politics, Security and Society

Parent ISBN: 9783631675908

Page count: 135 pages

Language: English


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