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‘Absconding jurors: one more reason for criminal justice reform in Sierra Leone’

Amid chronic delays, excessive personal cost for jurors, and a growing lack of public confidence in the judiciary, Namati’s Sonkita Conteh suggests that “trial by jury should be excised from our current criminal process” in Sierra Leone.


March 3, 2014 | Namati


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