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Juries and board games: A match made in nerd heaven

For so many reasons, we here at the Jury and Democracy blog are delighted by a story from today’s Raleigh (NC) News and Observer. In a nutshell, a jury asked a judge to buy it board games, and the judge … Continue reading

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Older Americans still find jury service to be an important part of citizenship, younger Americans less so

Written by¬†Ethan Paul, undergraduate student at the Pennsylvania State University In a Pew Research Center survey conducted in April 2017, 67 percent of American adults said that “serving on a jury is part of what it means to be a … Continue reading

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The Bundy occupation in Oregon and jury nullification

Written by Ethan Paul, undergraduate student at the Pennsylvania State University This post is about the jury that exonerated¬†Ammon and Ryan Bundy, along with their compatriots, after they had occupied a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon. Before we go to … Continue reading

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