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Justice For The 1 Percent: A Corrupt Governor Stays Free, Those Who Should Have Never Been Jailed Die There, Jeffrey Bellin Sep 2015

Justice For The 1 Percent: A Corrupt Governor Stays Free, Those Who Should Have Never Been Jailed Die There, Jeffrey Bellin

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Section 5: Race, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School Sep 2015

Section 5: Race, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School

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The Noose, Timothy Zick Oct 2007

The Noose, Timothy Zick

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Chapters Of The Civil Jury, Doug R. Rendleman Jan 1977

Chapters Of The Civil Jury, Doug R. Rendleman

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The civil jury, though constitutionally protected by the seventh amendment, has remained a controversial institution throughout much of Anglo-American legal history. Our romantic ideals are questioned by critics who view the civil jury as prejudiced and unpredictable; proponents note the sense of fairness and "earthy wisdom" gained by community participation in the legal process. This debate surfaces in the process of accommodation between certain substantive goals of the law and the pre-verdict and post-verdict procedural devices courts have employed to control the jury. In this article, Professor Rendleman examines this conflict in his three "chapters" involving racially motivated discharges of ...