judicial board


judicial board
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  • Judicial reform of Alexander II — The judicial reform of Alexander II is generally considered one of the most successful and the most consistent (along with the military reform) of all the reforms of Alexander II. During the reform a completely new court system and a completely… …   Wikipedia

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