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Popular Justice in Europe (18th-19th Centuries)

Introduction, by Emmanuel Berger and Émilie Delivréem>
I. JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
The «Juges de Paix» of Napoleonic Europe, by Michael Broers
Popular Justice in Europe. The Justice of the Peace, a «popular» French Magistracy in the Kingdom of Naples, by Giuseppina D'Antuono
II. «JURÉS» AND LAYMEN
The Criminal Jury in England and France in the Late 18th Century. Historiographical Issues and Research Perspectives of Popular Justice, by Emmanuel Berger
«Le fruit du terroir?». The Debate on Trial by Jury in the United Kingdom of the Netherlands (1814-1831), by Bram Delbecke
Introducing the Participation of Laymen into the Judicial System of 19th-Century Germany. The Example of Bavaria, by Martin Löhnig
III. PRACTICES OF POPULAR JUSTICE
«Left to the Mercy of the Mob». Ducking, Popular Justice, and the Magistrates in Britain (1750-1890), by David Churchill and Peter King
«Rügegerichte» as Popular Justice, by Émilie Delivré
Further Reading and Resources
Index
Authors

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series "Contributi dell'Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento"
pp. 216, 978-88-15-25315-6
publication year 2014

See also

copertina Popular Justice in Times of Transitions (19th and 20th Century Europe)
copertina Ovid: Tales of Metamorphoses
copertina Sofocle, l'abisso di Edipo
copertina West