Recent legal and government debate has explored whether jury trials are still needed in this day and age. In this article, Twanieka Alcindor further explores the suggested abolition of jury trials and their role within the criminal justice system.
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Twanieka is a barrister at 2 Dr Johnson’s Buildings specialising in criminal and family law. In addition, in 2014 Twanieka founded a pro-bono organisation in Lambeth named 'Lawyers in the Soup Kitchen', and qualified as an Attorney-at-Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean island of Jamaica. Prior to joining chambers, Twanieka gained several years of experience working as a paralegal, police station accredited representative and legal consultant.