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Learning from the American and Mexican Experiences

The massive pendency of cases in Indian courts is a denial of fundamental right to life, shaking the faith of the individual in the judicial system. The Mexican judiciary too was burdened with pending court cases. The suitability and necessity of reintroducing the jury trial system in India can reduce the pendency of cases at lower courts in the light of the American and Mexican experiences.
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