The Case For A Politically Accountable Judiciary in The Bahamas

First Published: 2009-05-28

Any discussion of the local judicial system and its institutional components – for example the courts and the legal profession, is more likely to be meaningful to someone whose interests concern in some way what the business of the judicial system is ultimately all about.

As a preamble it should therefore be sufficient to show the relevant relationship between the individual and the system of government by which his or her personal freedom stands maximized or likely diminished by lack of deference shown by one of the other branches of government to the properties of the judiclal branch.

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