Saturday, 25th February 2017

OpenTrial Method


Four-pronged approach to improve the interface between 'the law' and society:

OpenTrial espouses openness, accountability and societal engagement with respect to the law. Ours is an innovative, entrepreneurial, humanity-driven, four-pronged approach based on this espousal:

1.  System Lexposé


Harness modern technology to advance legal system transparency for societal accountability, engagement and locally initiated ownership and reform.


2.  Court monitoring

Conduct court monitoring to engage the public to improve justice systems, hold justice systems to account, and to promote an open and transparent court process.


3.  Policing Officials

Advance legal system accountability by means of consolidating legislation in countries around the world to bring miscreant judges, police and prosecutors to account, while also guaranteeing judicial independence.


4.  Extra-territorialism

Advance legal system accountability by monitoring the conduct of companies and individuals operating in the developing world and covered by extra-territorial anti-corruption legislation.


Awareness, transparency and accountability change the law-society interface and dynamics, so that fair trials and equality before the law can become a reality through societal pressure. You can donate to our work here:



Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 10: "Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him."



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