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Sander v. The United Kingdom

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A tribunal, including a jury, must be impartial from a subjective as well as an objective point of view. The applicant, an Asian, made clear and precise allegations that racist comments had been made by jurors called upon to try him. While it had not been established that the court that tried the applicant was lacking in impartiality from a subjective point of view, the allegations were capable of causing the applicant and any objective observer legitimate doubts as to the impartiality of the court so that the court that condemned the applicant was not impartial from an objective point of view.


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