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I have a very hard time reconciling your view of the 'European model of criminal jurisprudence' (which is an interesting word salad by itself) with what I know of how the criminal prosecutions work in the various European countries. Let's just say that your view is incorrect. Judges are not typically prosecutors. And no, we usually do not have panels of jurors but consider that a good thing.

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