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The Jury By Brandi Perry
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The Jury is a Mississippi-born courtroom thriller that rivals those previously released by another Mississippi native, John Grisham. Thomas Urlacher knows his wife wants him dead. So, when he is... More > killed in a mysterious boat explosion, it's not long before law enforcement points the finger at his young bride. Following a sensational trial, Britt Urlacher is found not guilty. Within a week, jurors from the trial start dying under unusual circumstances. Has Thomas come back from the dead, exacting revenge on those who allowed his killer to go free, or is someone else defending Thomas, even in death? This pulse-pounding thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat with unpredictable suspense, intrigue, and explosive action.< Less
Blind Jury By Robin Feaster
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In the trial against gray wings, take your judgement as part of the Blind Jury.
Jury Duty By Andre Munchie Craver
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JURY DUTY "WHAT THEY DON'T WANT YOU TO KNOW
Blind Jury By Robin Feaster
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In the trial against gray wings, take your judgement as part of the Blind Jury.
Gentlemen of the Jury By Stacy Pratt McDermott
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An examination of Antebellum Illinois juries. (Dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy in History in the Graduate College in the University of... More > Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007)< Less
Gentlemen of the Jury By Stacy Pratt McDermott
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An examination of Antebellum Illinois juries. (Dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy in History in the Graduate College in the University of... More > Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007)< Less
The Jury's Out By Andre Power
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Through no fault of his own, the author of this book has been involved in the most unreal set of circumstances engendered by various local and government agencies' negligence, on a scale you would... More > find hard to believe. So unreal have these scenarios been that he was prompted to write this book; a scathing indictment of our "public" services from police to home office and everyone, in-between and also a forensic critique of the "justice" system, literally from the inside out. It illustrates how the erosion of our rights to a jury is the single greatest obstruction to a true democracy, using personal experiences drawn from over a decade. With campaigns for the right to have jury trials running on Avaaz.org, Change.org and 38Degrees.org.uk, the author seeks to restore the right for all of us to be tried in any civil or criminal court by a jury of our peers rather than a single judge or magistrate if we so request. DOWNLOAD THE FIRST CHAPTER FOR FREE @ www.thejurysout.co.uk< Less
Thesis on Juries By Tad Smith
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Prior research on various components of the jury process has revealed many variables that can affect the verdict. These variables range from pre-conceived bias to eyewitness testimony to attitudes... More > about the judge. There is a lack of literature concerning low-education, low-income, and religious views as related to jurors and the decision making process. The present study utilized an ICPSR survey (N=3689) of “live” jurors in non-capital felonies across the United States. The survey used (initially researching hung juries) asked many questions befitting the topics at hand. A logistic regressional analysis was used to find correlations. The present study found that there were no significant differences or relationships among education, income, or level of religion. There was significant results (p< Less
Thesis on Juries By Tad Smith
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Prior research on various components of the jury process has revealed many variables that can affect the verdict. These variables range from pre-conceived bias to eyewitness testimony to attitudes... More > about the judge. There is a lack of literature concerning low-education, low-income, and religious views as related to jurors and the decision making process. The present study utilized an ICPSR survey (N=3689) of “live” jurors in non-capital felonies across the United States. The survey used (initially researching hung juries) asked many questions befitting the topics at hand. A logistic regressional analysis was used to find correlations. The present study found that there were no significant differences or relationships among education, income, or level of religion. There was significant results (p< Less
Randall's Jury By Ted Newman
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A series of murders A man who may be dying A fixed jury A missing informant Twenty four hours changes everything