This book portrays the great variety of work that medieval english juries carried out while highlighting the dramatic increase in demands for jury service that occurred during this period jury state and society in medieval england springerlink. Jury state and society in medieval england authors j masschaele copyright 2008 publisher palgrave macmillan us copyright holder palgrave macmillan a division of nature america inc ebook isbn 978 0 230 61616 5 doi 101057 9780230616165 hardcover isbn 978 0 230 60779 8 softcover isbn 978 1 349 37454 0 edition number 1 number of pages vii 271 topics. Law mattered in later medieval england and ireland a quick glance at the sources suggests as much from the charter to the will to the court roll the majority of the documents which have survived from later medieval england and ireland and medieval europe in general are legal in nature yet despite the fact that law played a prominent role in medieval society legal history has long been a marginal subject within medieval studies both in britain and north america much good work has been . The jury system has a rich history dating back to the twelfth century and beyond it was a surprisingly vibrant institution in its earliest days called upon to make tough decisions about innocence and guilt as well as to render verdicts on many other matters often unrelated to law enforcement in this new account of the historical formulations of the jury system the first major study . Note 5 retrouvez jury state and society in medieval england by author james masschaele published on november 2008 et des millions de livres en stock sur amazonfr achetez neuf ou doccasion
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