Anonymous Jury In Baltimore Police Case: A “Really Disturbing Trend”?

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A Baltimore judge's granting anonymity to jurors who will decide whether a police officer bears responsibility in the death of Freddie Gray is part of a growing phenomenon: Those who dole out justice in sensitive cases sometimes do so without having to reveal their identities, the Washington Post reports. Citing extensive publicity and asserting that
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