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Life Inside April 4
“As I left the courthouse it dawned on me that the judge had assumed the role of therapist.”
Life Inside February 21
“I felt an overwhelming sense of injustice. How did this happen?”
Analysis October 14, 2016
The other quirk in the state’s death penalty system.
Analysis May 23, 2016
The Supreme Court considers what it takes to show that prosecutors, when they pick juries, are discriminating against minorities.
Quiz April 10, 2016
Take our quiz on juror bias.
Commentary March 28, 2016
The South Carolina prosecutor is known as ‘Death Penalty Donnie.’
Life Inside March 10, 2016
“If I could have done anything, it would have been to deadlock the jury, but I didn’t have the personal strength to do that.”
Life Inside October 27, 2015
Ten days in a room with 22 other jurors. What could possibly go wrong?
The Rules August 18, 2015
The many shifting definitions of “malice” and “rape.”
Q&A April 7, 2015
On the eve of deliberations over the fate of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a juror in the Timothy McVeigh trial looks back.