There's a whole new world under that rock.
Jury nullification, the refusal of a jury to convict no matter how compelling the prosecution’s case, is a powerful legal concept that dates back to colonial times. Kojo speaks to a panel of legal experts about cases of acquittal by nullification and the apparent increase of such cases in Washington, D.C.
- Rita Simon Prof. of Law, University Professor, Washington College of Law, American University
- Tom Munsterman Center for Jury Studies, National Center for State Courts
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