Judges, Independence and the Power of Common Law

Introduction

In the upholding of public laws and statutes, each nation has sovereignty, endorsed by the United Nations, which allows judiciary officials to preside over legal matters in the interest of maintaining peace and order.  Such judicial independence (JI) has bearings on numerous aspects that affect the functionality of a country, such as their economic structure (Feld & Voigt, 2003), conflict resolution (Posner & Yoo, 2005), and allocation of correctional measures when laws have been broken. 
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