Justice blows whistle on own court

Nicholson, Tom
May 2001
Slovak Spectator;5/28/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 21, p2
Features a survey carried out by Chief Justice Jana Dubovcova of the Banska Bystrica Regional Court that documented the prevalence of corruption at her own court in Slovakia. Percentage of respondents that claimed they had experience corruption; Statistics on court corruption in Slovakia from 2000 to February 2001; Reactions of the Rada Sloveskych Sudcov (Council of Sloval Judges) to the Dubovcova survey; Calculation of the wages of Slovak judges.


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