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Reading list: influencing juries in litigation hot spots

Megan M. La Belle, Influencing Juries in Litigation “Hot Spots”: The article argues that litigants and attorneys sometimes use advertising to improperly sway the jury pool, sometimes by making factual claims but sometimes by using image advertising to create favorable … Continue reading

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Juries and Emerging Democracies

Brent T. White, Putting Aside the Rule of Law Myth: Corruption and the Case for Juries in Emerging Democracies, 43 Cornell Int’l L.J. 307 (2010), available at SSRN. Suja A. Thomas One prevailing idea is that democracy, which fosters economic … Continue reading

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News Flash! Juries convict attractive people less often.

Figured it was time to write another fluff piece. Read more detail on Recent Criminal Law Posts –

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PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE DOESN’T TRUST JURIES

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