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The Jury Crisis

The Jury Crisis

Confronting readers with intellectual and moral dilemmas faced by real jurors, The Jury Crisis explores the near collapse of jury trials in America, examines alternative paths to justice and proposes how to restore trial by jury as the trusted foundation of American democracy.

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Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
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ISBN 1538109549
Pages 192 pages
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What's Wrong with Jury Trials and How We Can Save Them Drury R. Sherrod ... —Chilton Davis Varner, King and Spalding, Former President of American College of Trial Lawyers “The Jury Crisis clearly and concisely describes the various ...

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