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There are no witnesses or juries at either the Supreme Court OR the Courts Of Appeal. They hear only cases which have already been tried at the lower level of the judicial system and their rulings affect the decisions rendered at that level of the system.

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Q: Why is there no jury or witness during a hearing at the Supreme Court?
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