Who Judges? is the first book to explain why different states design their new jury systems in markedly different ways.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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1. Introduction 2. Theoretical framework: participation and partisan politics 3. The distribution of cases 4. The history of the lay judge system debate in Japan up to 1996 5. Bringing the lay judge system back in, 1997-2004 6. Setting the agenda: new left-oriented parties and deliberations in the Japanese parliament 7. Proposals for lay participation in the Republic of China 8. Introducing jury systems in South Korea and Spain 9. The impact of new lay judge systems 10. Conclusions.
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Print version: Kage, Rieko, 1973- Who judges? Cambridge [UK] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2017