Monthly Archives: December 2017

How Jury Service Influences Attitudes toward the Court System

Written by Jimin Pyo, a doctoral student in the Department of Criminal Justice at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY. [Today’s post comes from a guest scholar, who has a new publication. We encourage anyone with research relevant … Continue reading

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The national spotlight and Trump’s tweeting complicate any Mueller investigation jury trials

In the wake of the recent news that Michael Flynn has plead guilty to lying to the FBI, the news cycle has again become consumed by the Mueller investigation. The investigation’s first trial, into Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort … Continue reading

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