Justice

Juries Should Be More Than Rubber Stamps for Prosecutors

Source: Foundation for Ecnomic Education January 18, 2018 by  Daniel J. Mitchell I haven’t written in any detail about “jury nullification” since late 2010, and it’s time to rectify that sin of omission. Nullification occurs when a jury votes not guilty because a law is either unjust or wrongly applied, not because …

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Jurors Must Stand between the State and Its Victims

If a person is not accused of theft, fraud, harming a minor, or physical violence, there is no place for them in a cell. Source: Foundation for Economic Education October 24, 2017 by  David Gornoski “Do you mean to tell me, that if there was a law against state attorneys …