2018 ny mode Objectivity Of Judicial Decisions by Breda Vito 6vMkVQMp

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This book discusses how judges qualify their activities as objective. The data for this project was retrieved from a large sample of cases using Langacker's methodology. The sample included over a thousand decisions from Brazil Hungary Italy Lithuania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Romania and the UK. The decisions considered allegations of judicial bias unfairness and injustice. Pre-judices are shared cognitive methods that legal practitioners perceive as necessary. The results of the study directly confirm Pierre Legrand's claims of pre-judices in legal discourse and as corollary Jules L. Coleman and Brian Leiter's idea of modest objectivity in law.