The Juries Equalities Act of 1906 was an Act issued by the Royal Council on 15 June 1906, signed by Prime Minister Sergei Witte, and signed and progulmated by King Nicholas II of Youngia on 18 June 1906 and 20 June 1906 respectively.

The Juries Act confirmed the jury rights in the Consistution of Youngia and Declration of Human Youngian Rights. The Act declared all juries equal and diversifed. Seregrated and non-impartial juries subject to be sympatheic wrongly were declared illegal by the Act. The Act said EVERY member of the Jury had to agree on the Verdict and granted the Jury power and rights of privacy, except in wrong cases, from the judge's supervision. The Act declared Juries (with detail of cases) legal in all Criminal Cases and 90% of civil cases, with the exception of treason, felony, breach of the peace, and impeachment cases, leaving then the descision power in those cases to special goverment-appointed councils. The Councils were given special rights of examination and supervision. The Act also gave knowledge, reviews of warrants and case records, and examinations of evidence to the juries. The Act was part of the Reforms of 1905-1907.

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