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Judiciary

Magistrate

Common Law

Mandatory Sentences

Rule of Law

Administrative Law

Parliamentary Privilege

Due Process

Judicial Independence

Authoritarianism

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Sentences laid down in legislation.

Actions and decisions of judges should not be influenced or pressured by other branches of government.

A judge who presides over the lowest level of criminal court with 'summary offences'.

Law based on long-standing customs and traditions. Mainly used in UK and former colonies.

Rule from above. Government imposed on citizens regardless of their consent.

Law should rule. It applies to all behaviour and conduct. Covers private citizens and public officials.

Body of law that governs the exercise of powers and duties by public authorities.


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