Court Technology: Juries on trial
Complex fraud trials have an unfortunate habit of collapsing - and juries are being blamed. But can technology help preserve the UK's long-cherished tradition of trial by 'twelve good men and true'? Alex Wade reports
Serious fraud trials have a habit of garnering headlines for all the wrong reasons. Rarely, it seems, is a case brought that yields an array of convictions, obtained expeditiously, at low cost and to public acclaim. Instead, the word most readily associated with a serious fraud trial is, regrettably, collapse.
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