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Did the jury get it right? An Australian perspective on the O.J Simpson trial

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Did the jury get it right? An Australian perspective on the O.J Simpson trial
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Did the jury get it right? An Australian perspective on the O.J Simpson trial
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eng
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Faris, Peter
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  • Discrimination
  • Trials
  • Criminal law
  • Jury
  • Simpson, O.J
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Did the jury get it right? An Australian perspective on the O.J Simpson trial
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In: Law Institute Journal. vol.69 November 1995 pp1084-1085
Contents
Discusses the O.J. Simpson murder trial in the USA. Reference is made to the handling of evidence, the possibility of racial discrimination, the role of circumstantial evidence, credibility of witnesses and the use of the Fifth Amendment Articles concludes that an Australian jury would have acquited Simpson. Curriculum area: Legal Studies
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cls00041541
Extent
2p
Issn
00239267
Label
Did the jury get it right? An Australian perspective on the O.J Simpson trial
Note
In: Law Institute Journal. vol.69 November 1995 pp1084-1085
Contents
Discusses the O.J. Simpson murder trial in the USA. Reference is made to the handling of evidence, the possibility of racial discrimination, the role of circumstantial evidence, credibility of witnesses and the use of the Fifth Amendment Articles concludes that an Australian jury would have acquited Simpson. Curriculum area: Legal Studies
Control code
cls00041541
Extent
2p
Issn
00239267

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