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The Origins of Adversary Criminal Trial

by Langbein, John H. paperback , 360 pages
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Oxford University Press 
30/06/2005 
United Kingdom 

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The lawyer-dominated adversary system of criminal trial, which typifies practice in Anglo-American legal systems, developed in England in the 18th century. Using the sources from London's Old Bailey Court, the author shows how and why lawyers were able to capture the trial, and gives an account of the formation of the law of criminal evidence.

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