Mexico’s sweeping justice reform takes effect

Financial Times – As of last weekend, Mexico’s quasi-medieval inquisitorial system that jurists say has long relied on trumped-up charges and confessions beaten out of suspects is officially gone. In its place come oral trials open to the public, with cross-examination and a new reliance on evidence under a constitutional reform approved in 2008.

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