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BOOK REVIEW FAIR TRIAL RIGHTS By Richard Clayton and Hugh Tomlinson Reprinted from “THE LAW OF HUMAN RIGHTS” 2nd edition ISBN: 978-0-19-957974-7 Oxford University Press www.oup**** FAIR TRIAL RIGHTS IN THE UK: A TIMELY ANALYSIS AGAINST THE BACKDROP OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998 An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Like its companion volume (published at the same time)’Privacy and Freedom of Expression’, this publication is indispensable in any law library. A reprint of the chapter on Fair Trial Rights from the second edition of the authors’ ‘The Law of Human Rights’ it will prove extremely handy if you do not have your own copy of the larger work. Here you have a thorough, scholarly and authoritative treatment of the law relating to fair trial rights in the UK, with searching analysis of the broader impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 in civil and criminal law alike, with detailed coverage of the latest developments. This is a full update which offers detailed coverage of developments as the human rights legislation continues to be tested out in the courts. Stressing the fundamental importance of fair trial rights, the authors point out that the ambit and content of these rights continue to generate controversy, warning that the development of fair trial rights, requires close attention – hence the value and authority of this book for any practitioner or academic, particularly those practicing criminal, or public law, or those interested in professional discipline or regulation. There are six appendices pertaining to fair trial rights legislation, not only in the UK, but also, respectively, Scotland, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and other jurisdictions. There is of course, an index and usefully, the contents of ‘The Law of Human Rights’ itself, is also appended.
31 Aug 2010
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Controversial tattoos are on the tongues of many Florida residents who are helping to pay for the cosmetic work of an accused murderer. “Jurors will not see this large swastika on John Ditullio’s neck or any of the other tattoos he’s acquired since being in jail in 2006. The judge ruled those tattoos could sway a jury’s opinion. So, the state is paying a cosmetologist $125 a day to cover them up.” (MSNBC) Ditullio is on trial for stabbing his neighbor Patricia Wells because he thought she was dating an African American man and for killing Wells’ friend Kristopher King because he was gay in 2006. The Daily Mail reports King’s mother is outraged. “‘The judge is bending over backwards for the criminal... Did somebody tie him down while he was in jail and put these tattoos on him?’” The New York Times talked to Ditullio’s lawyer Bjorn Brunvand who believes covering the tattoos is the only way Ditullio will get a fair trial. “‘There’s no doubt in my mind — without the makeup being used, there’s no way a jury could look at John and judge him fairly... It’s too frightening when you see him with the tattoos. It’s a scary picture.’” To some, it’s a question of whether the tattoos are relevant to the case and if the relevance outweighs the prejudice. “I would say that if he was charged with a hate crime--if the affiliation with Nazism is part of what he’s charged with then the jury ought to see the swastika. If he’s charged with an ordinary crime, the probably the prejudice outweighs the relevance.” The St. Petersburg Times reports some aren’t happy that it’s taxpayers’ money paying for the cosmetic work. “‘I didn't think it was right that the taxpayers should have to foot the bill for that.’” In 2006 when the crime happened, Ditullio was living with an American Nazi group. Last year, the first trial ended with a hung jury. He faces the death penalty if convicted.
9 Dec 2010
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“While these men may not look like pirates, they’re actually the center of a legal storm in Sweden that’s now become a major victory for the music and movie industries.” (France 24) Hello, I’m Charlotte Bellis and you’re watching newsy****. www.newsy**** Last week, operators of file-sharing Web site The Pirate Bay were sentenced to prison in a Swedish court for assisting in copyright infringement. But news that the presiding judge is a member of several pro-copyright organizations has prompted calls for a retrial. The Guardian reports the judge… “ …is not only a member of the Swedish Copyright Association but also sits on the board of the Swedish Association for the Protection of Industrial Property, an organization that lobbies for tougher copyright laws.” (The Guardian) Social Media Web site mashable**** calls the discovery an “unbelievable turn of events” … “To me there is no question that the judge was biased and should have declined to take part in the trial; a retrial seems like a very real possibility.” (Mashable****) France 24 reports on the impact of the verdict. “… for the moment it’s not going to change an awful lot in the short- term, there are still an awful lot a file sharing Web sites on the internet that users can still access but it’s a huge symbolic victory for the music industry.” (France 24) The Christian Science Monitor adds the perspective that in Sweden, The Pirate Bay has an ever-growing following. “Within three days of the ruling, the Pirate Party – which campaigns for copyright reform – gained more than 15,000 new members, doubling in size to become the country's fourth-largest political party.” (Christian Science Monitor) So do you think The Pirate Bay got a fair trial? Is it possible to properly enforce copyright law on the Internet?
8 May 2009
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Civil asset forfeiture is deliberately designed to side step due process and fair trial.
10 Sep 2009
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I hope he gets a fair trial.
22 Sep 2009
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BY MAURICE SCARBOROUGH You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is headed to Sweden, against his wishes. A British court ordered Assange extradited to face charges of sexual abuse. The ruling, by Judge Howard Riddle, says allegations brought against Assange by his two accusers are an extraditable offense. “Generally the European arrest warrant with countries like Sweden are accepted, and certainly that is the case, and certainly the judge felt that none of the defense arguments were valid. For example, that the state prosecutor in Sweden didn’t have the right, didn’t have the authority to issue the European arrest warrant, also he doesn’t believe there wouldn’t be a fair trial.” The verdict comes after a heated three-month legal battle, which some believe is a conspiracy to stop the whistle blower website. Assange’s lawyers fought the EU arrest warrant, which according to Deutsche Welle.... “...is meant to expedite the judicial process. The requesting country does not have to present evidence and there is no place for the person being charged to argue their innocence.” Following the verdict Assange and his lawyers issued a media statement condemning the decision and the system. “It is not just about the pressure the United States brings to bear on the United Kingdom and on Sweden and on the media. It offers a hope for reform of the EU arrest warrant system. That system of rubber stamp deportation.” A writer for Death & Taxes rushes to Assange’s defense - calling the extradition decision a downright disgrace. “Judge Howard Riddle’s ruling is shameful. He is [complicit] in the first great character assassination of the 21st century ... he has attempted to fog the looking glass for a new generation of hyper-connected, clear-thinking young adults. This tactic will not work, so long as we don’t tire of Julian Assange..” Assange and his defense team have already announced they plan to appeal the decision. His lawyers are concerned extradition to Sweden will make extradition to Washington easier -- where he could face prosecution in connection to Wikileaks. But a writer for Yahoo’s The Cutline says, the Wikileaks founder should have nothing to worry about, citing a possible loophole in U.S. law. “...the United States could have a hard time … considering that the Espionage Act--an antiquated statute--would also apply to any news organization that published the secret documents, along with anyone who discussed, blogged or even tweeted information from the still-classified documents.” Assange and his lawyers have seven days to appeal the ruling or Assange will head to Sweden. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Feb 2011
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Dat nigga X spillin his heart nd claimin his inosense check da lyrics.***GB24stCRIP***......................187, gang related, I'm accused And after every court date my face is on the news They say I wrote a song about a murder that i comitted Maintain my innocence, it's nothing but a coincidence I'll admit it looks shady from the outside looking in The situation is serious but folks don't comprehend 17 years young back in '92 Facing 25 to life for something I didn't do My song is supposed to be a big admission on my part And they gonne use the lyrics against me when my trial gets ready to start My words are being misinterpritated Nothing but the D.A. tryin to prove premeditated They've got Raided stuck, majorly crossed up The D.A. got a fucked up witness and my lawyer is a drunk Sitting in the county, three years have already went by They're pressuring my homies, trying to get them to testify Snitching ain't no joke, it's hazardous to your health When you point one finger at me, you're pointing three back at yourself My homies got convicted for murder in the first degree Ain't no doubt about it, they gone do much worse to me They take me in the court room in front of an all white jury The family looking me with barely concealed fury My lawyer standing next to me, prepared to represent And help me get convicted cause to him I'm guilty till proven innocent... Why they trying to give me deuce-5 to life? They trying to give me 25 to life cause I'm guilty till proven innocent... Open up the front page of the Sacramento Bee And read the article that Dan McGrath wrote about me He has his own opinion and it's his job to write it I say he's being biased and completly one sided The media write their stories for the public to consume And any chance I have of getting a fair trial in Sac is doomed Any potential jurors mind is being contaminated From reading all this bullshit they wrote about X-Raided I never told anybody to go out kill somebody's folks And blaming it all on me from a song I wrote is a complete joke They're looking for a motive searchin in the Gardenz Putting a noose around my neck and a bullet in my heart Just because I'm capable of killing doesn't mean I kill And just because I'm capable of killing doesn't mean I will I wish they all knew, how can I make you feel me? I didn't do it but I've gotta ride cause I'm guilty till proven innocent... Why they trying to give me deuce-5 to life? They trying to give me 25 to life cause I'm guilty till proven innocent... I'm knowing I'm going to end up in the pen Fighting my appeal and hoping that I win Me and Baby Reg fighting this fucked up case Like Dooney and B-Dub trying to get these years erased In Sac there ain't no love when you're from the Garden Blocc Maniac, C-Mooney, Baby Snake and Lil' Venom already got washed I'm trying to keep my head up but my load is getting heavy It makes me want to do like Sicx: take some Tylenol and get it over with But instead I just maintain and do everything to keep my composure Representing the Blocc to the fullest and riding like a soldier I told you fools the X ain't going out like the average I didn't kill your folks but if you run up then I gotta loc up like a savage On that ass, bitch, it ain't nothing personal thang, it's just about survival I'm going to be 125 years old before I die if I can help it You made your threats I felt it but I ain't dead yet All yall niggas talking about what you're going to do when you see me I'll be on the weights, wearing state boots and a beanie Wishin it didn't have to be this way but it's reality So I'm strapped based on the fact I'm guilty till proven innocent... Why they trying to give me deuce-5 to life? They trying to give me 25 to life cause I'm guilty till proven innocent...
18 Nov 2011
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25 Feb 2012
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Download or watch online here: *******www.extra-download****/a-good-day-to-die-hard-2013-hd-1080p-online-download/ Former police officer and detective John McClane (Bruce Willis) travels to Russia to help his son, Jack (Jai Courtney), who has been arrested after assassinating Anton (Roman Luknár), a subordinate of Chagarin (Sergei Kolesnikov). Chagarin is a high-ranking but corrupt Russian official, who is planning on incriminating political prisoner and government whistleblower Yuri Komarov (Sebastian Koch) without a fair trial. Chagarin is looking to get hold of a file believed to be in Komarov’s possession. While in court standing trial, an explosion occurs in the courthouse. Jack breaks free with Komarov. John, who happens to be near the courthouse at the time, confronts Jack. Their confrontation turns heated and draws the attention of Chagarin’s henchman, Alik (Radivoje Bukvić). John, Jack and Komarov manage to escape, but are chased by Alik and his gang. After a destructive car chase, John, Jack, and Komarov escape, while Alik and his crew sustain injuries. (Wikipedia)
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