Guidelines set out by the Judicial Studies Board in 2010 highlight how jurors can be directed to "take care to ensure that they do not allow such second-hand reporting or comment to influence their approach to the evidence".
What does JSB stand for?
JSB stands for Judicial Studies Board (UK)
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- Japanese Society of Brisbane (Australia)
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- Johann Sebastian Bach
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- Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry (Tokyo, Japan)
- Japan Small Business Corporation
- Japan Sustainable Building Consortium (est. 2001)
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Guidelines set out by the Judicial Studies Board 2010 highlight how jurors can be directed to "take care to ensure that they do not allow such secondhand reporting or comment to influence their approach to the evidence.
The report comes amid protests over the latest guidelines published by the Judicial Studies Board, the body responsible for training judges.
The Judicial Studies Board - responsible for training judges and overseeing the training of magistrates - produces a training and competency system.
But I'm fed up with the knee-jerk sentencing being handed down by the Judicial Studies Board.
The Judicial Studies Board is considering whether jurors should be told why they should not research cases out of court.
He concluded: 'We should add that the Judicial Studies Board is currently considering whether it would be helpful to prepare broad guidance to assist in the formulation of appropriate judicial directions.
Wallace added: "We are trying to take this forward and there is a judicial studies board looking at 72 recommendations from that report and seeing how they have been implemented.