COMMENTARY: Juries Don’t Give Verdicts on Larger, Systemic Issues

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c. 2006 Religion News Service DURHAM, N.C. _ In criminal court, my jury duty in a murder trial lasted eight days. Outside, television crews awaited arrests in an alleged gang-rape at Duke University. Each case illuminated the other. Selecting a “fair and impartial” jury in our case took longer than anticipated, because its issues _ […]

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