Potential juror thinks defendant is guilty before trial; gets to sit on jury and find him guiltyA public defender
Apr. 10, 2014
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Here is another in the long line of legal fictions: that you get an impartial jury of your peers. Let’s leave aside the peer part for now, because there’s already been much study on the lack of any real peers in juries selected these days and focus on the “impartial” part.