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May 14, 2020

In a criminal case in England in 1367, one of the twelve jurors said he’d rather die in prison than vote to convict.  As a result, the judge in the case refused to accept an 11-to-1 guilty verdict, and the principle of unanimity was born.  It became a vital right of cr...

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