Interesting.. Corpus Juris means allowing the state to imprison for most any reason without trial.
EU have had it on their agenda since the 1990's. Totally against UK judicial system of ' Innocent until Proven Guilty.'
This is how the EU are gaining more and more control, thank goodness we are getting out.. asap. https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld199899/ldselect/ldeucom/62/6204.htm
THE CORPUS JURIS WOULD CHANGE LAWS AND PROCEDURES
111. Within its own particular field the Corpus Juris would involve major departures from the criminal laws and procedures of the United Kingdom. New offences would be created, some more extensive than existing provisions. In particular the notion of fraud would be enlarged from the existing concept, which is that of conscious dishonesty, to encompass negligent acts and recklessness. Witnesses were critical of this and other aspects of the offences set out in Part 1 of the Corpus Juris (Criminal Law). But the more fundamental and strongest objections related to Part II (Criminal Procedure). The approaches taken in the United Kingdom to the investigation and prosecution of crime are quite different in several respects from those in other Member States and the model proposed in the Corpus Juris. Under the latter, for example, the functions of investigation and prosecution of offences and execution of sentences would be combined in the hands of a European Public Prosecutor (EPP). The trial would be in a national court but before a specialist judge, with no jury. The Commission could be involved as a Apartie civile@ in the proceedings.
112. The procedure in the Corpus Juris seeks to marry the inquisitorial and adversarial/written and oral traditions of the Member States, though the result is probably closer to the Continental European than the Anglo-Saxon model. In our view, there would need to be significant added value to justify changes of such magnitude. http://www.caef.org.uk/d44corpusjuris.htmlhttp://www.silentmajority.co.uk/silentmajority/eurorealist/corpus_juris.html