The Right to an Impartial Jury

Fairness in jury selection and deliberations.
The right to trial by an impartial jury brings the public into a key decision-making role in our criminal justice system. This right prevents decisions on liberty and responsibility for crimes from being made only by a small class of judges. Juries are designed to make trials more accountable and fair for everyone involved.

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Anatomy of the Sixth Amendment Webinar

This is an exciting discussion regarding an interactive justice system planning exercise, the “Anatomy of the Sixth Amendment.” We were.
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How the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council will help revamp law enforcement

Revived calls for criminal justice reform across the nation have prompted many law enforcement offices to pledge increased community input.
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Maricopa County Superior Court testing virtual juries in civil cases

Arizona courts have made numerous changes in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. From checking visitors’ temperatures at entrances to having.
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Whitewashing: The Jury Box

How California Perpetuates the Discriminatory Exclusion of Black and Latinx Jurors Racial discrimination is an ever-present feature of jury selection.
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