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inquisitorial

Law denoting criminal procedure in which one party is both prosecutor and judge, or in which the trial is held in secret
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the inquisitorial system. Furthermore, the public hearing, which
inquisitorial system, at least in Germany, has an "episodic
However, the inquisitorial system is not unique to the Middle East.
(145.) See Slobogin, supra note 63, at 711-12 (reporting research showing that the inquisitorial system is less likely to create biased evidence, and noting that even THIBAUT & WALKER, supra note 113, concluded that "an 'autocratic' procedure 'is most likely to produce truth'").
Now, this question arises: What is the nature of Criminal Justice System of Pakistan" To find out the answer of this question, we have to study the two well-known systems of judicial procedure of the world: (1) Adversary System; and (2) Inquisitorial System
(20) Therefore, corroborating evidence in the case file, even in this inquisitorial system, is crucial to a transparent prosecution.
some elements of the inquisitorial system: The process is not left to
A prevailing explanation for this state of affairs is rooted in our putative preference for an accusatory rather than inquisitorial system of criminal justice.
When we talk about inquisitorial system and accusatory system, we should be in front of materials that still build them.
(84) As in an inquisitorial system, the American prosecutor in plea bargaining decides whether or not someone is guilty of a crime based upon an investigation and an evaluation of the facts as he receives them.
A wholesale transformation into an inquisitorial system is not required for the benefits of non-adversarial examination to be achieved.