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  • Arbitration is a no-judge, no-jury, no-appeal world, where arbitrators are often by contract selected by the company and all decisions are private – and final.

    How corporations award themselves legal immunity | Laura Flanders

  • The three judges of Dublin's no-jury Special Criminal Court found 37-year-old Martin Kelly guilty of driving Andrew Burns to his death.

    The Seattle Times

  • The last no-jury trials in England were held by the Court of Star Chamber.

    Mirror.co.uk - News

  • Africa -- yes, an official police enquiry, with a view to prosecution in a special no-jury court, and with me facing the prospect of a sentence of up to six years 'imprisonment, just for uttering that opinion -- not one single academic spoke out in my defence.

    Irish Blogs

  • And doubtless we'll get some arrogant people asserting that such "evidence" points the way to increasing the number of "no-jury" trials, perhaps eventually leading to abolishing the jury system entirely.

    British Blogs

  • At the top are no-jury trials, detention without charge, restrictions on rights to protest and, worst of all, the possibility that the British security services, and even ministers, colluded with torture and extraordinary rendition.

    New Statesman

  • How do no-jury trials assist this, where is the evidence that jurors have been suborned by criminals?

    Irish Blogs

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