Key Question Before State Supreme Court: Will NC tolerate race discrimination in jury selection?
Next week, on Oct. 6, the Supreme Court of North Carolina will hear arguments in a case that presents another opportunity for progress toward a more racially equitable legal system. The case, State v. Clegg, gives the court a chance to end North Carolina’s inexcusable status as the only state in the South whose appellate courts have never found race discrimination against a juror of color.
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