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Judges and Juries

  • J. M. Beattie, Policing and Punishment in London, 1660-1750: Urban Crime and the Limits of Terror
  • J. C. Brown, ‘The Origins of the Special Jury’, University of Chicago Law Review, 50 (1983), pp. 137–221.
  • E. Foss, Biographia Juridica: A Biographical Dictionary of the Judges of England, 1066-1870
  • T. Green, Verdict According to Conscience: Perspectives on the English Criminal Trial Jury, 1200-1800
  • D. Hay, ‘The Class Composition of the Palladium of Liberty: Trial Jurors in the Eighteenth Century’, in J. S. Cockburn and Thomas A. Green (eds), Twelve Good Men and True: The Criminal Trial Jury in England, 1200-1800
  • G. Lamoine, Charges to the Grand Jury, 1689-1803
  • J. H. Langbein, ‘The Criminal Trial before the Lawyers’, The University of Chicago Law Review, 45 (1978), pp. 263–316.
  • J. C Oldham, ‘The origins of the special jury’, The University of Chicago Law Review, 50:1 (1983), pp. 137–221.
  • Martin J. Wiener, ‘Judges v. jurors : courtroom tensions in murder trials and the law of criminal responsibility in nineteenth-century England’, Law and History Review, 17 (1999), pp. 467-506.