Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Study Finds Blacks Blocked From Southern Juries


Here's why prosecutors try to keep African Americans off juries.

"Studies have shown that racially diverse juries deliberate longer, consider a wider variety of perspectives and make fewer factual errors than all-white juries, and that predominantly black juries are less likely to impose the death penalty."

Read the article in the New York Times.

1 comment:

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