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Resource ID: #1136
Subject: Criminal Justice System
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)
Date: Nov. 28, 1988


Wall Street Journal describes several court cases where a juror later recants; also cites a case where the jury made a procedural mistake resulting in a verdict of voluntary manslaughter when they thought they had voted for justifiable homicide; no remedies seem to exist for such errors or changes of opinion.

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