High Court Case Tests Race Bias, Jury Confidentiality

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Two principles of the U.S. legal system face off today at the U.S. Supreme Court: the expectation that jury deliberations will be confidential versus the belief that explicit racial bias taints legal proceedings to an unconstitutional degree, reports the Christian Science Monitor. The case could establish an important precedent regarding when jury verdicts can and can . . .

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