The Sixth Amendment Was Designed for Jury Nullification, And That’s a Good Thing!

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The History

So, Why Have Judges Decided to Forgo Informing Jurors of Their Rights?

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Guy Andersin spends his time writing, learning languages playing video games, creating games for PC and iPhone, binge watching movies and TV shows, and camping.

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Guy Andersin spends his time writing, learning languages playing video games, creating games for PC and iPhone, binge watching movies and TV shows, and camping.

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