Terminology and demonstrates sound knowledge of the

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terminology and concepts 13 - 15 Demonstrates sound knowledge of the jury system and the achievement of justice Makes a judgment based on criteria (explicit or implicit) about the extent to which the jury system achieves justice Uses relevant examples such as legislation, cases, media, international instruments and documents Presents a logical and cohesive answer using relevant legal terminology and concepts 10 - 12 Demonstrates some knowledge of the jury system and the achievement of justice Makes some judgment about the extent to which the jury system achieves justice Makes some reference to examples such as legislation, cases, media, international instruments and documents Presents a structured answer using relevant legal terminology and concepts 7 - 9 Demonstrates limited knowledge the jury system and the achievement of justice Makes general statements with few relevant or supported examples Makes limited reference to examples such as: legislation, cases, media, international instruments and documents Uses some relevant legal terminology 4 - 6 Writes in general terms about the jury system May make reference to legislation, cases, media, international instruments and documents May refer to general legal terms 1 - 3 Answers could include: The question allows students to draw on their knowledge of the role of the jury system in achieving justice. Some areas that may be discussed include Role of juries representing the broader community – peremptory challenges, Nicholas C “If I were guilty I’d want a jury trial.’ Trial process influencing juries - Sudoku jurors or visiting site e.g Skaf Jurors getting it wrong – R v Wood Jurors lacking knowledge of legal system ‘reasonable doubt’ Hung juries and reform of majority verdicts R v Burrell
Section III – Options Question 25 – Consumers (25 marks) 25 (a) Outcomes Assessed: H1, H4, H5, H6, H9 Targeted Performance Bands: 2-6 Criteria Marks Demonstrates extensive knowledge of remedies available in consumer law Makes an informed judgement based on criteria (explicit or implicit) about the effectiveness of different consumer remedies Integrates relevant examples such as legislation, cases, media, international instruments and documents Presents a sustained, logical and cohesive answer using legal terminology and concepts 21 - 25 Demonstrates sound knowledge of remedies available in consumer law Makes a sound judgement based on criteria (explicit or implicit) about the effectiveness of different consumer remedies Uses relevant examples such as legislation, cases, media reports and international instruments and documents Presents a logical and cohesive answer using relevant legal terminology and concepts 16 - 20 Demonstrates some knowledge of remedies available in consumer law Makes some judgement (explicit or implicit) about the effectiveness of different consumer remedies Makes some reference to relevant examples such as legislation, cases, media reports and international instruments and documents Presents a structured answer using relevant legal terminology and concepts 11 - 15

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