|Author:||Walwyn, William, 1600-1681.|
|Title:||Juries justified: or, A word of correction to Mr. Henry Robinson;: for his seven objections against the trial of causes, by juries of twelve men. / By William Walwin. Published by authority.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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Juries justified: or, A word of correction to Mr. Henry Robinson;: for his seven objections against the trial of causes, by juries of twelve men. / By William Walwin. Published by authority.
Walwyn, William, 1600-1681.
London: Printed by Robert Wood; and are to be sold at his house, near the Flying-Horse in Grubstreet, 1651.
Jury -- England
Law reform -- Great Britain
Justice, Administration of -- England
Robinson, Henry, -- 1605?-1664? -- Certain considerations in order to a more speedy, cheap, and equall distribution of justice throughout the nation.
Juries Justified: OR, A Word of Correction, to Mr. Henry Robinson.