Supreme Court: Jury Secrecy Doesn’t Apply If Bias Taints Deliberations
The New York Times – The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that courts must make an exception to the usual rule that jury deliberations are secret when evidence emerges that those discussions were marred by racial or ethnic bias.
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