Session 273: CL12 -> New Issues Facing Roles of Juries
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Conv Ctr 208
Session Chair: John W. Clark III, University of North Alabama
The Utility of Jury Consultants in the Twenty First Century
by: John W. Clark III, University of North Alabama (Corresponding)
The Adversary Jury Trial and Wrongful Conviction
by: Marvin Zalman, Wayne State University (Corresponding)
Eligible Jurors' Knowledge, Information Sources, and Attitudes About the Jury System
by: Melinda Roberts, Washington State University - Spokane (Corresponding)
Jacinta M. Gau, Washington State University - Spokane
David C. Brody, Washington State University - Spokane
Citizenship, Public Participation, Democracy and Modern Juries in Criminal Trials
by: Lynn Hancock, The Open University (Corresponding)
Roger Matthews, Middlesex University
Letting the Guilty Go Free: Whites' and Blacks' Willingness to Participate in Jury Nullification
by: Devon Johnson, George Mason University (Corresponding)

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