Explain BRIEFLY the two parts of a challenge for cause

Assignment TwoCase Summary: R v Williams [1998] 1 S.C.R. 1128The Task:This assignment requires you to locate, read and summarize a judgement of the Supreme Court of Canada.What’s involved:The case which is the focus of the assignment is R v Williams [1998] 1 S.C.R. 1128 and the template you will use to complete your summary is provided on BS. You will need to go to the Supreme Court of Canada website, locate the judgement, download and read it, then summarize it using the template provided (your TA will probably go over this in discussion groups). Be sure to read the entire case carefully; don’t rely on the headnotes and make sure you stick to the template.The format of your Assignment:Because a case summary is really a study/research resource, your summary of Williams should be no longer than 2 single-spaced pages. You must break down the judgement to its core elements and be parsimonious in what you include in the summary. In summarizing the judgement, be sure to:Outline the four different types of prejudice described by the CourtSpecify the precise form of prejudice the Court associated with Williams’ appealExplain BRIEFLY the two parts of a challenge for causeFocus on what matters: the court’s statements on challenges for cause and the question of juror partialityThe Courts’ (yes, all of them) statements on racial prejudiceA note on referencing: because you will provide the citation for the case at the top of your summary, you do not need to reference every statement in your summary, but you will want to note either page numbers or paragraph numbers (depending on which version of the judgement you download) for key information (like the bullet points above).The assignment will comprise up to 20% of your overall course grade. Your summary will be assessed for correctness, clarity, referencing, effective use of the case summary template and of course, the absence of grammatical, formatting and spelling errors.