Melchert-Dinkel removes the wild card factor from trial by opting for judge over jury

Order in the courtroom

Jury trials are like “riding a ship into a storm,” because they are much less predictable than bench trials. French criminal lawyer, university professor and politician Robert Badniter William Melchert-Dinkel’s decision to choose a judge to determine his guilt or innocence (otherwise know as a bench trial), over having his case heard before a jury of his … Continue reading

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