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Ghislaine Maxwell juror’s grilling by judge could cast verdict into disarray

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When Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted last December of procuring minor teenagers for the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse, their victims expressed joy and relief that long-delayed justice had final...

Jurors see the bigger picture: activists who were cleared in court

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The acquittal of four people charged with criminal damage for toppling the statue of the slave trader Edward Colston during a Black Lives Matter protest in Bristol is the latest in a series of cases in which juries ha...

No, Black jurors aren’t ‘biased’ when it comes to shootings of Black people

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Jury service cannot only be for the white, the lucky, and the obstinately stoic in the face of racial injustice. The jury seated in the Ahmaud Arbery trial – a Black man who was shot and killed by three white men in G...

‘I had a big gasp’: George Floyd jurors speak on the trial, the video and the verdict

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Jurors in the landmark George Floyd murder trial spoke about the life-altering case and how the experience still affects them, in an interview with CNN on Thursday. Seven jury members, out of a total 12, sat down with...

Fishmongers’ Hall inquest jurors shown chilling video message from attacker

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Inquest jurors have been shown a chilling video message from the Fishmongers’ Hall attacker, Usman Khan, in which he praised the educational project whose academics he would later stab. The homegrown terrorist, 28, be...