Chapter 10: Judges, their Careers, and Independence
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10 Judges, their careers, and independence Carlo Guarnieri* Modern political systems entrust judges with the function of adjudicating disputes arising from the application of recognized legal norms. In constitutional democracies, judges enjoy stro...

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