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Jury unanimity is essential before a conviction may occur

Jan 04, 2011 Jury unanimity is essential before a conviction may occur

 

Bill of Rights. (From the public domain.)

The American Bar Association recently filed a Supreme Court amicus brief urging that only unanimous jury verdicts be accepted in criminal cases. This is an about-face from the ABA’s position from a few decades ago.

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