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Resource ID: #13324
Subject:Criminal Justice System
ABA Journal tells the story of a dozen strangers who came together for two days in November, 1995 to decide of if Jennifer Collins was guilty of second degree murder when she was accused of killing her newborn in her dorm bathroom while a student at the University of Tennesse at Chattanooga. This unique angle to a murder case describes the juries tearful deliberation and one juror, Bonnie Houser's holdout stance. (July 1996)
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