You the Jury – Casebook 10
We will be considering two different real life cases of murder which occurred between 1900-1975. Participants will be expected to listen to the evidence, discuss the case and attempt to reach a verdict, based on what they have heard. No advance reading or knowledge of the English judicial system is needed. The cases have been selected with an eye to the insight they can give us on various aspects of our judicial system and social history.
No advance preparation is required, but students will find a pen, a notebook and an open mind invaluable. Although these are all real cases, no distressing crime scene photographs will be used.
PLEASE NOTE:- This is a new Casebook and has not previously been studied at Dillington House.
Diane Janes is an award-winning author, who has written five highly regarded crime novels and four respected factual books on real life historical murders. She is an expert on historical murder cases, specialising in the first half of the twentieth century. Her TV work includes ITV3’s A-Z of Crime and BBC’s Murder, Mystery and My Family.
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