Allowing lay people to participate in the judicial process is perhaps the most vivid example of the fusion between democracy and judicial reform in Taiwan. Not long ago, Taiwanese people were oppressed by an authoritarian regime and threatened by court-martial trials, but now earning trust from the people has become a priority for judicial authorities. Under a possible new lay participation system, average citizens would be invited into courts to become adjudicators involved in the criminal judicial process.
|主出版物標題||Judicial Reform in Taiwan|
|主出版物子標題||Democratization and the Diffusion of Law|
|出版狀態||Published - 4 十一月 2019|