Monthly Archives: August 2018

In the age of Trump, a sign that jurors can still set politics aside

Many people probably wondered whether the jurors in the Manafort trial would be able to set aside any question of how a verdict might affect Special Prosectuor Robert Mueller’s investigation. There was relatively little discussion of this, but all it … Continue reading

Posted in Deliberation on juries, Public/media views of juries, Social/political impact of juries, Verdicts juries reach, Voir dire and jury selection | Leave a comment