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Jurors" perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system

Roger Matthews

Jurors" perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system

a study in six courts

by Roger Matthews

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Published by Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate in London .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references.

StatementRoger Matthews, Lynn Hancock and Daniel Briggs.
SeriesFindings -- 227
ContributionsHancock, Lynn, 1964-, Briggs, Daniel., Great Britain. Home Office. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.
The Physical Object
Pagination4p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22819765M

The jury sitting at the trial proper is called a petit (or petty) jury from its smaller size (usually 12 members). The selection of a trial jury is essentially alike in civil and in criminal cases. The venire, a panel of prospective jurors living in the district where the trial is to be held, is summoned for examination. The Psychology of Juror Persuasion. By Michael Maggiano. Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers This “rough justice” as I call it has to do with the jury perception of who is playing fair and square with them and who is not. It is part of our self confidence; not .

Abstract. Discusses developments on juries including: (1) the House of Lords ruling in R. v Mirza (Shabbir Ali) on whether the requirement that jury deliberations should remain secret was consistent with the right to fair trial; and (2) the Home Office report Jurors' Perceptions, Understanding, Confidence and Satisfaction in the Jury System: A Study in Six Courts, noting the findings on public Author: Gary Slapper. Responses from non-empanelled jurors who attended jury service but were ultimately not empanelled in a trial were compared with those of empanelled jurors to investigate whether the experience of being empanelled and serving on a jury differentially influences juror satisfaction and perceptions of the criminal justice by: 2.

Juror and Jury Use of New Media: A Baseline Exploration (). Jury Impartiality in the Modern Era, Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice (). Jury News. The Jury System in the Information Age. Google Mistrials, Twittering Jurors, Juror Blogs, and .   Jurors’ perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system: A study in six courts. Research Development and Statistics Directorate: Home Office Online Report 05/ Google ScholarAuthor: Jacqueline Horan, Mark Israel.


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Jurors" perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system by Roger Matthews Download PDF EPUB FB2

The key findings are summarised under the headings ‘Perceptions’, ‘Understanding’, ‘Confidence’ and ‘Satisfaction’. Perceptions It was evident that jurors’ confidence in jury trials would be influenced by the attitudes and awareness of the court process as well as any previous experience of being jurors they may have had.

Jurors' Perceptions, Understanding, Confidence and Satisfaction in the Jury System: A Study in Six Courts Article January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. (PDF) Jurors' Perceptions, Understanding, Confidence and Satisfaction in the Jury System: A Study in Six Courts | Daniel Briggs - is a platform for academics to share.

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Home Office Findings [Accessed 8th November ]. Jurors' perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system: a study of six courts. Findings London: Home Office; Mendelsohn N Jury duty: the brand that serves you back; About the authors. Matthews, R., Hancock, L., & Briggs, D.

Jurors' perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system: a study in six courts. Juror satisfaction and confidence in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia Article (PDF Available) in Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice January with 44 Reads.

'Jurors' Perceptions, Understanding, Confidence and Satisfaction in the Jury System: a Study in Six Courts' (Matthews, Hancock and Briggs, ) 'What Can the English Legal System Learn from Jury Research Published up to ?' (Darbyshire, Maughan and Stewart, ) 'Review of the Criminal Courts' (Lord Justice Auld, ).

'Diversity and Fairness in the Jury System, MiniStry of Justice Research Paper' (Cheryl Thomas, ) 'Jurors' Perceptions, Understanding, Confidence and Satisfaction in the Jury System: a Study in Six Courts' (Matthews, Hancock and Briggs, ) 'Jury Excusal and Deferral, Home Office Research Findings' (No.

Airs and Shaw, )File Size: 3MB. In the United Kingdom Home Office published a study entitled “Jurors perception, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system: a study in six courts.”46This study involved jurors who were both interviewed and asked to answer written questionnairesThe study produced many positive findings in relation to jurors’ confidence in the jury system particularly the deliberation.

Juries are often seen as the cornerstones of the criminal justice system in England and Wales. This study examined the perceptions, understanding, confidence, and satisfaction of a sample of jurors who had recently completed jury service in six Crown Court centers.

Fieldwork for the Jurors Survey took place between 26 March and 7 May among jurors who completed jury service in February The sample was selected using a stratified random sampling design whereby the number of jurors selected from each court.

Matthews, R., Hancock, L. & Briggs, D. - Jurors' perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system: a study in six courts. Jurors perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system: a study in six courts - R Matthews, L Hancock and D Briggs (Home Office) ().

In a jury study conducted for the New Zealand Law Commission inan average of 54 percent of jurors in a total of 48 trials participated in interviews of more than an hour's duration about their understanding of the law, the judge's directions and their perceptions of the trial process (Young, Cameron & Tinsley ).

Roger Matthews, Lynn Hancock and Daniel Briggs, ‘Juror’s perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system: a study in six courts’. Public participation, jurors and citizenshipLynn Hancock and Roger Matthews Matthews, R., Hancock, L.

and Briggs, D. () Jurors’ Perceptions, Understanding, Confidence and Satisfaction in the Jury System: A study in Six Courts London: Home Office (Online Report 05/04).

You do need twelve people to serve upon. Jurors’ perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system: a study in six courts - Home Office In-text: (Matthews, Hancock and Briggs, ). Jurors’ perceptions, understanding, confidence and satisfaction in the jury system: a study in six courts: Vol.

Home Office online report. Home Office, Research, Development and Statistics Directorate. 1. Introduction. How jurors perceive expert witnesses who testify is an area of research interest to judicial stakeholders. In an adversarial system, such as that in the United States, a persuasive witness could change the course of the trial and potentially have a significant influence on jury decision by: 3.Inthe Criminology Research Council commissioned a study of practices, policies and procedures affecting juror satisfaction in New South Wales, Victoria and South by: 2.a.

facilitating judges' use of scientific jury selection. b. leading jurors to be more critical of eyewitness testimony. c. eliciting sentencing disparity. d. modeling confidence, thus providing the jurors with a standard against which they can assess the confidence of non-expert witnesses.