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    Does anybody have any legit predictions on what will be in the exam on Tuesday?
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    (Original post by Alejandroo)
    Does anybody have any legit predictions on what will be in the exam on Tuesday?
    Sentencing, Bail, Police Powers, Solicitors and Barristers, Judiciary
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    My teacher said juries are less likely to come up, but not totally sure. Hopefully Lay Magistrates will come up
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    At what time is the exam tomorrow?
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    (Original post by LosMutos)
    At what time is the exam tomorrow?

    The exam is at 1pm tomorrow and is 2 hours long so should be finished at 3pm
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    (Original post by Lauraloo1)
    My teacher said juries are less likely to come up, but not totally sure. Hopefully Lay Magistrates will come up

    Yeah hopefully, kinda disappointed that juries is not meant to come up because I find that quite good! I'm hoping for ADR and aims of sentencing as they're practically lists and hopefully police powers in section B as they're good case studies! Good luck tomorrow :awesome:
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    (Original post by Alejandroo)
    Yeah hopefully, kinda disappointed that juries is not meant to come up because I find that quite good! I'm hoping for ADR and aims of sentencing as they're practically lists and hopefully police powers in section B as they're good case studies! Good luck tomorrow :awesome:
    Aha i like ADR too and Good luck to you too!
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    These aren't my own predictions but what i've gathered from others (I've seen a few)

    Police Powers Stop and Search or Detention (probably not arrest)
    Sentencing (maybe youth with aims, less likely to be adult)
    Bail
    Barristers and Solicitors
    Lay Magistrates (It alternates between Juries and Mags, Juries was in January so)
    Civil Tracking
    Judiciary - *ugh*


    Also ADR is unlikely to appear - tis a shame as it's my favourite
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    (Original post by chloeintheskies)
    These aren't my own predictions but what i've gathered from others (I've seen a few)

    Police Powers Stop and Search or Detention (probably not arrest)
    Sentencing (maybe youth with aims, less likely to be adult)
    Bail
    Barristers and Solicitors
    Lay Magistrates (It alternates between Juries and Mags, Juries was in January so)
    Civil Tracking
    Judiciary - *ugh*


    Also ADR is unlikely to appear - tis a shame as it's my favourite
    Woo! those actually sound OK, im revising Lay Magistrates now, so fingers crossed!!!
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    (Original post by chloeintheskies)
    These aren't my own predictions but what i've gathered from others (I've seen a few)

    Police Powers Stop and Search or Detention (probably not arrest)
    Sentencing (maybe youth with aims, less likely to be adult)
    Bail
    Barristers and Solicitors
    Lay Magistrates (It alternates between Juries and Mags, Juries was in January so)
    Civil Tracking
    Judiciary - *ugh*


    Also ADR is unlikely to appear - tis a shame as it's my favourite
    Ah well I'm liking all those predictions except for judiciary but who likes that anyways, let's hope they come up as then we'll all pass ;D maybe hehe

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    Lol everybody seriously dislikes the judiciary :P thought i was the only 1
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    (Original post by Lauraloo1)
    Lol everybody seriously dislikes the judiciary :P thought i was the only 1
    Hahahaha, no you are so not alone.
    What do you want to come up tomorrow? My views keep changing as I keep going over stuff. :L
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    dose anyone know which one out or solicitors and barristers is more likely to come up?
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    (Original post by Alejandroo)
    Hahahaha, no you are so not alone.
    What do you want to come up tomorrow? My views keep changing as I keep going over stuff. :L
    Lol, i'd be happy with Bail, Sentencing, Lay magistrates, ADR and Criminal Courts What about u?
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    (Original post by Maria De Montero)
    dose anyone know which one out or solicitors and barristers is more likely to come up?

    Im not sure, i think both came up together in Jan
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    Ah praying for Bail, sentencing, police powers and Lay magistrates! Judiciary is so awful, glad I am not alone!! (Funding/criminal appeals aren't so friendly either!) Good luck everyone! x
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    (Original post by Lauraloo1)
    Lol, i'd be happy with Bail, Sentencing, Lay magistrates, ADR and Criminal Courts What about u?
    Id be happy with police powers, aims of sentencing, barristers and solicitors qualificarions, ADR and maybe lay magistrates tbh D:

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    (Original post by Alejandroo)
    The exam is at 1pm tomorrow and is 2 hours long so should be finished at 3pm
    Thanks/Gracias/Merci
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    (Original post by abigailivy)
    Ah praying for Bail, sentencing, police powers and Lay magistrates! Judiciary is so awful, glad I am not alone!! (Funding/criminal appeals aren't so friendly either!) Good luck everyone! x
    same I hope so too and the selection of lay mag?
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    My teacher is an examiner and basically hinted what 'could' come up.

    Sentencing aims n youth section b
    police powers stop n search n detention
    bail and court procedures
    lay magistrates training
    adr not coming up
    solicitors and barristers
 
 
 
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