Session 146: PP35 -> Questions of Potential Racial and Class Bias in Jury Selection Processes: Evidence From Pennsylvania Counties
Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Dearborn 3
Session Chair: Ralph B. Taylor, Temple University
Empirical and Legal Background on Jury Representativeness
by: Ron Costeck, Temple University (Corresponding)
Ralph B. Taylor, Temple University
Jerry Ratcliffe, Temple University
Lillian Dote, Temple University
Implications of Variations in County Jury Selection Processes for Potential Biases: Evidence From Pennsylvania Counties
by: Lillian Dote, Temple University (Corresponding)
Ralph B. Taylor, Temple University
Juror Yield and Community Micro-Neighborhood Fabric: Contextual Impacts of Race, Stability, and SES
by: Ralph B. Taylor, Temple University (Corresponding)
Jerry Ratcliffe, Temple University
Lillian Dote, Temple University
Ron Costeck, Temple University
Modeling Spatial Dimensions of Pre-Trial Jury Selection Bias
by: Jerry Ratcliffe, Temple University (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Elizabeth M. McCormick, Temple University

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