CJ 11-19 - Due Process fairness(5 th Amendment Chief Justice of U.S Supreme Court John Roberts(supported by George W Bush 1 st Afr.Am to serve on

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JURY I challenge (3) 1. Cause - prejudice, bias 2. Peremptory - no reason; “hunch” 3. Array - all jurors challenged Jury Nullification - jurors ignore law, find defendant not guilty (found a lot in klan cases, and drug cases) Legal Guilt - beyond reasonable doubt/guilt Factual Guilt - preponderance of evidence or probable cause
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Unformatted text preview: Due Process- fairness (5 th Amendment) Chief Justice of U.S. Supreme Court: John Roberts (supported by George W. Bush) 1 st Afr.Am. to serve on U.S. Supr.Ct. 1. Thurgood Marshall 2. 1967 (appointed) 3. Lyndon B. Johnson (appt. by) 1 st Woman on U.S. Supr. Ct. 1. Sandra Day O’Connor 2. 1981 3. Ronald Reagan...
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course CJ 2300 taught by Professor Colton during the Fall '07 term at Saint Mary's University Texas.

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