Judicial System Reform
In 2008, Mexico passed a series of changes to its Constitution that overhauled the criminal justice system. Since then, Mexico has proceeded to switch from a written, inquisitorial system to an oral, adversarial system. While the changes are still in process, the following articles provide some insight on how the Mexican judicial system has changed and will change in the future.
The Establishment of All-Citizen Juries as a Key Component of Mexico's Judicial Reform: Cross-National Analyses of Lay Judge Participation and the Search for Mexico's Judicial Sovereignty (link only available in the Law Library)