Understanding Bias: The UNC SOG Educational Video For Jurors
Here's what you need to know about the implicit bias video that more N.C. jurors should be watching.
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.
Hambourger, Pickett Petition N.C. Supreme Court Regarding Claim of Racial Discrimination in Jury Selection in Forsyth
Mary Pollard Offers Insight Into Recommendations From Governor’s Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice
Opinions In RJA Cases Shed Light On Failure To Protect Black Citizens’ Right To Serve On Juries
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