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Laws The Judicial System March 07 1999 This is very long I just didnt wrap the words The Judicial System The justice system in our country today is one of the best in the world but it is not without problems The 12-person Jury system has good intent but has definite faults and should be rethought and possibly revamped The system was designed so that when charged with a crime a person could be fairly tried by an impartial jury of his peers Unfortunately jurors can never be 100 impartial they are always biased in some way or another and will always be affected by the media Jurors are almost never the true Peers of the person on trial and the average juror is either not capable of or not competent to accurately sort through the inflated and distorted truths and the skillful manipulations of the lawyers to decide what to believe Jurors are never 100 impartial They are always biased in some way or another and will always be affected by the media Because in our country we enjoy freedom of the press potential jurors in many cases have already been exposed to media coverage of the case well before it goes to trial These jurors cant help but be affected in one way or another by the news and the news papers They will be affected by biased information before the trial and sometimes accept it as fact and become biased themselves The jurors will be naturally biased to one side some more than others of course On all juries people are never fully impartial to the person on trial whether it be positive or negative Jurors are almost never the true Peers of the person on trial Normally juries are not comprised of ones peers because the average working person does not have the time or the desire to be on a jury and will find a way to get
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