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Prawo oskarżonego do wyłączenia indywidualnie wskazanych przysięgłych (challenge to the polls, in capita) w angielskim procesie karnym (od XIII do I poł. XVI w.)

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The Right of the Defendant to Challenge Individual Jurors (Challenge to the Polls, in Capita) in the English Criminal Trial (from the 13th Until the First Half of the 16th Century)
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Artykuł poświęcono prawu oskarżonego do wyłączenia z postępowania sądowego wskazanych przysięgłych. Omówiono wyłączenie przysięgłych "per causam" oraz prawo bezwzględnego wyłączenia przysięgłych. Przedstawiono również instytucję wyłączenia przysięgłych jako taktykę stosowaną przez oskarżonych, konsekwencje nadużycia oraz trudności pojawiające się w praktycznym stosowaniu tego prawa oskarżonych.
By the English common law, challenges were generally of two kinds: to the array, that is to the whole number of persons in the panel, and to the polls, that is to say to individual jurors. Defendant was allowed to challenge jurors, for cause or peremptorily before they were sworn in. He was permitted to exercise thirty-five peremptory challenges in favorem vitae. That number was reduced to twenty in 1530. The article discusses and analyzes the right of the accused person to challenge particular jurors. The paper covers the period of the 13th-16th centuries. (original abstract)
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