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Response to Triloon (Original post)

Sun Jun 26, 2022, 07:43 PM

3. Are judges permitted to decide the outcomes of cases they haven't yet heard ?

Seems like that would be problematic. They would be stating that they had already made up their minds regardless of the merits of a case, the evidence presented, and any arguments by either plaintiff or defendant. I dont believe they can do that.

I know if I was selected for a jury and said I already decided, I wouldn't be allowed to serve.

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