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Jury selection and jury trial in Spain: between theory and practice
Chicago Kent Law Review. 2011, V. 86, n. 2, p. 585-612
Chicago-kent College of Law
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The article discusses the jury system in Spain. It mentions that the Spanish Jury law provides a number of qualifications and disqualifications for serving as a juror. It also requires that the jury provides a reasoned verdict, which could cause problems for juries because about 50% of verdicts are poorly reasoned. It notes that many cases are tried by juries because the prosecutor and defense often agree to the charge and the sentence.
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