Sapporo High Court criticized for speedy decisions

SAPPORO – Over the past three years, more than 90 percent of the rulings by the Sapporo High Court have been handed down on the first day of a trial, triggering criticism from lawyers who say the judges aren’t looking into the cases carefully enough …
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