Judiciary of the Netherlands
The Judiciary of the Netherlands is the system of courts which interprets and applies the law in the Netherlands. The court system follows the traditional hierarchical pattern. It is largely based on that of France: there is no jury system and the state rather than the individual initiates legal proceedings. Administrative justice is dealt with separately from civil or criminal justice. The judiciary is independent and judges can only be removed from office for malfeasance or incapacity.
Judiciary of the Netherlands
The Judiciary of the Netherlands is the system of courts which interprets and applies the law in the Netherlands. The court system follows the traditional hierarchical pattern. It is largely based on that of France: there is no jury system and the state rather than the individual initiates legal proceedings. Administrative justice is dealt with separately from civil or criminal justice. The judiciary is independent and judges can only be removed from office for malfeasance or incapacity.