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Thesis on Juries

Thesis on Juries

ByTad 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 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

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Publication Date
Sep 13, 2011
Language
English
Category
Law
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Tad Smith

Specifications

Pages
132
Binding
Case Wrap
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm)

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