Tampering with the jury
Following the collapse of the Jubilee Line trial, the Government has unveiled plans to dispense with juries in fraud cases. But is ditching the jury the answer? Ben Mitchell reports
When the infamous Jubilee Line fraud trial collapsed in March this year, after racking up costs of £60m to the taxpayer over nearly two years, there was both public and private outcry.
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