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Racial Jurymandering: Cancer or Cure? A Contemporary Review of Affirmative Action in Jury Selection
(New York University Law Review, 1993)
Racial and ethnic minorities continue to be substantially underrepresented on criminal juries. At all stages of jury selection-venue choice, source list development, qualified list development, and jury panel and foreperson ...
The Effects of Race-Conscious Jury Selection on Public Confidence in the Fairness of Jury Proceedings: An Empirical Puzzle
(American Criminal Law Review, 1994)
In "Powers v. Ohio," the Court held that a peremptory challenge based on race violates the equal protection right of the challenged veniremember not to have her opportunities for jury service determined by her skin color. ...