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Clause 39 of The Magna Carta

Magna Carta, Article 39 explicitly disallows government from denying Trial by Jury and there is no ‘get-out clause’ from this.

No freeman or free person shall be arrested or imprisoned or dispossessed of his freehold or his liberties or free customs. Or be outlawed or exiled, or in any manner harmed (or disadvantaged), nor will we (the king/the government) proceed against him nor send anyone against him (with force or arms), unless according to (that is, in execution of) the legal judgement of his peers, and the Common Law of the Land of England.

Some questions for British citizens to consider

  1. Do you want secret closed courts?
  2. Do you want to be tried by an employee of the government (the judge) or by your peers?
  3. Do you want yourself and your children to be taught about the role of the jury under the British constitution?