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Saturday, August 12, 2017

When Justice Isn’t So Blind - WSJ

While 87% of the judges upheld the conviction of the extremist Serb, no matter what the precedent, only 41% did for the remorseful Croat. In other words, rulings were driven by the defendant’s personal attributes rather than by legal precedent.


H/t WES.

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