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Applied law- Unit 1- Assignment 2 (Full)

Full unit 1 assignment 2 Roles of lay magistrates Compare and contrast the role and function of judges, lawyers and lay people within the English courts Evaluate the effectiveness of lay personnel in the English courts

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Linear Algebra and its Applications
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David C. Lay, Steven R. Lay
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2015
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5
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